The second 18-hole course at San Roque Club, designed by Perry Dye and Severiano Ballesteros, has all the hallmarks to be immediately included in the elite of Europe's golf facilities for its high quality and its impeccable finish and landscaping.
The venue for the 2006 Open de España, it is, without doubt, far superior to many courses built in Spain, and indeed, in Europe.
With this new addition to the resort, which already includes a magnificent, universally renowned course and a five- star hotel, with another projected, San Roque Club has become one of the premier golf centres in southern Europe.
The company that owns the complex, Asahi Kanko, run by Japanese Shun Tezuka, has always maintained high standards, and taken special care in all its work and, in particular, with the natural surroundings.
The New Course will have no homes in its immediate surroundings, so no building will interfere with play.
Address: Autovia A-7, Km. 127. 11360 San Roque, Cadiz.
How to get there: At km. 127 turn off the highway N-340 at the exit for the San Roque Club Urbanization.