Málaga is a prime destination for golf enthusiasts. The region offers a wide variety of top-notch golf courses for all levels and tastes.
Finca Cortesin is an 18-hole golf course designed by Cabell Robinson. It is located near the Mediterranean Sea and has become a benchmark in the world of golf.
Valderrama is another popular golf course in Málaga. It was designed by Trent Jones and is considered the most revered and internationally prestigious course in the area.
La Reserva is located in Sotogrande Alto and offers a spectacular round that extends between lakes and trees.
Los Flamingos is another popular course in Málaga. It offers a unique experience for golfers with its stunning sea and mountain views.
Atalaya Golf is another popular course in Málaga. It offers two 18-hole courses and is known for its challenging design and natural beauty.
Golf clubs in Málaga offer first-class facilities for golfers. Many clubs have a clubhouse, restaurant, driving range, putting green, chipping green, and practice bunker to prepare you for your round.
Santa Clara Golf is located just a short distance from the center of Marbella. The course is one of the nicest in the Málaga region and meanders through the local terrain bringing the golfer closer to the indigenous wildlife and flora and fauna of this particular part of the Costa del Sol. The top of the course also offers fantastic views of the Costa del Sol. Facilities at Santa Clara include a 30 bay driving range, which is considered to be one of the best in Marbella.
The Marbella Golf & Country Club was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. The course is a real beauty and measures a total of 5,867 meters from the white championship tees. The fairways meander among olive trees and a natural serene landscape. The greens, although large, have a certain degree of undulation and are heavily guarded by lots of bunkers. The facilities are first class and feature a clubhouse, restaurant, tennis club, and wellness center to pamper yourself!
Málaga enjoys a Mediterranean climate that allows golfers to play all year round. The city is protected by the Malaga Mountains leading to relatively warm winter temperatures of around 13°C (55°F). Whether you want to play golf in summer or winter, Málaga has something to offer.
The following list contains links to the most popular golf courses in Malaga. Click on your prefered golf course to get information about green fee and contact details:
La Cala Golf Course
La Duquesa Golf Course
La Quinta Golf Course
La Siesta Golf Course
Las Brisas Golf Course
La Zagaleta Golf Course
Lauro Golf Course
Los Arqueros Golf Course
Los Flamingos Golf Course
Los Naranjos Golf Course
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