An 18-hole course recognised for its originality, with several extremely raised tees which offer unbeatable views of the Mallorcan coastline. In terms of difficulty it is a very challenging course for more experienced players. With five blind shots and running over very uneven terrain, with large holes protected by lakes and with the typical flora and fauna of the region. Built between steep valleys and protected by mountains with the classic pinewoods and stark scenery of a Mediterranean archipelago. The designer and architect of the course, David Kidd, has managed to optimise the playing terrain. The seven ponds and lakes divided between six holes ensure that the player and the ball do not always make it back to the Clubhouse together. The sixty bunkers filled with white quartz sand- will remind more than one player of their childhood. The typical Mallorcan walls some ancient and some restored add a special beauty. The three different tones of green of the grass on the course means that nobody will be able to use the excuse about not having been able to make out the fairway, or rather, the rough.The course is irrigated with recycled water and rainwater collected in tanks. The Andratx Club de Golf has its own desalination plant, which shows just how serious they are about protecting the environment.