La Manga Club Golf

La Manga Club Golf

There are three 18 hole golf courses at La Manga Club, North, South & West courses.

West Course Par 72
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The West course designed by Dave Thomas, is located in a unique enclave of dense pine forest at the foot of the Calblanque natural park and is more demanding.

The West Course design offers several challenges with its frequent elevation changes. The first nine holes require very precise tee shots to avoid the ravines, while the second nine holes, more on the mountain side, are somewhat narrower and more complicated.

North Course Par 71
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Palm trees, lakes and natural storm gullies known as ‘barrancos’ are key features of the North Course, which is slightly shorter than the South, with tighter fairways and larger greens. The ideal course for all types of players.

Designed by Robert Dean Putman in 1971, this is a technically more accessible course for players of all levels. Here you will find plenty of palm trees, lakes, and ravines.

South Course Par 73
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The South course is considered one of the best courses in Spain. Designed by Robert Dean Putman in 1971 and remodelled in 2005 by the famous North American player Arnold Palmer. The Campo Sur has hosted a multitude of top-level professional tournaments, such as several Opens in Spain and PGA qualification championships, both men and women.

With 6,500 meters from the white exits, this course has 15 water hazards in its 18 holes, wide fairways and a good combination of short and long holes. The first nine holes are particularly difficult, with two par 3s over 200 meters and a few par 4 challengers that require driving the game between lakes and bunkers.