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Golf at La Manga Club

  • By Michael Lee
  • Published 09/3/2010
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La Manga Club in Spain is one of the most prestigious holiday resorts in Europe. With some of the best sporting facilities, golfers can enjoy the magnificent three outstanding championship golf courses present. Those who dream of playing golf on top quality courses in a perfect all year round climate have found the perfect destination at the Club. Being voted the top golf resort three times in recent years proves how outstanding golf facilities are. Regarded as one of Europes leading resorts for golf training, no matter what your current golf skills are, you can be guaranteed to receive the best golfing experience. With the choice of the three exceptional 18 hole championship golf courses at the Club, each has its own unique style, terrain and character to give a wonderful variety of golf games. However all courses provide the same tranquil surroundings with outstanding views of beauty, overlooking the stunning Mar Menor. With three courses, exceptional training and practice facilities, golfers will find challenging aspects no matter the golfers age or abilities.Whether you are planning on playing golf at the Club throughout your stay or simply as an addition to your luxury family holiday, The Club provides one of the best unique diverse golfing experiences around. Fine tune your technique or enter one of the many comprehensive tuition courses, whatever your desires are you are guaranteed it will be your golfing haven. The West Golf Course The West Course at La Manga Club is set within the tranquil pine woodlands boasting a feel of natural beauty. The course has been designed differently to the other two classical championship courses from following the natural contours of the undulating land to produce a magnificent alternative full of unique character, making the West Course a must to play golf on.

Due to the frequent change of elevation through the course you will find play can be deceiving. The West golf course does not provide a golfe

r with an easy game; instead golfers will have to contend with the natural storm gullies known as barrancas. The front nine demand accuracy when driving to avoid these hazards whilst the back nine becomes more open up amongst the hills but beware as it is again challenging to the golfer to produce a fantastic enjoyable round of golf. The North Golf Course The North Golf Course was originally designed and created in 1971 by Robert Dean Putman. At par 71 this championship 18 hole course has been completely renovated in 2000-2001. Many golfers feel that the North Golf Course is the highlight of the golf at the Club. The undulating championship course is played between the hazardous palm trees, lakes and water hazards. Offering a different but no less challenging round of golf, the more undulating North Course adds a great golfing experience to your stay at the Club. The layout of the North Course shows that precision and accuracy is the fundamental aspect rather than length. Ravines have been strategically placed around the course that can be avoided by laying up. Being slightly more undulating, shorter and with narrow fairways and large greens compared to the South Course; spectacular views can be seen across the the Resort from the highest point on the course, the 4th tee. The South Golf Course The South Golf Course at La Manga Club was originally designed by Robert Putman in 1971. Since then the golf course has been subsequently redesigned by Arnold Palmer in 1992. From this remodel, the south course was completely refurbished with maintenance during 2004 to ensure the course always provides the finest high standards. The championship South golf course at La Manga Club is thought to be one of the more fairer challenges with a more classical design. This top calibre championship course provides an enjoyable but thorough test to both the professional and novice player.

Found located in the centre of the valley, the South Golf Course at La Manga features water hazards on 15 of the 18 holes present. The wide palm tree lined fairways only feature few hidden dangers throughout the course.



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