An Overview Of The Best 9-Hole Golf Courses In Spain

Spain is famous for its golf courses. Different cities of Spain like Barcelona are famous for their quality when it comes to Golf courses. Just like Portugal, Spain is also the Hub of Golf courses as they lie on the same border. There are a lot of 9-hole golf courses in Spain which are famous for the things they have to offer. Here are a few Best 0-Hole golf courses of Spain.

La Cala Resort

It is located in Malaga, Spain. It is a 9-Hole golf course with pure beauty. It is guarded by a mountain range. It is at a considerable height which makes it worth your time. It is at a distance of 27 Kilometers from the Marbella Beaches and around 15 Kilometers away from the Bioparc Fuengirola Zoo. It offers Classic looking rooms balconies and terraces which makes it reach the list of the best resorts of Spain. Apart from the classic rooms, it offers all the other necessities of life. It also offers an Outdoors swimming pool and a bar with its own Golf course on the other side.

Moraira Calpe Golf

It is also a Spanish golf course located in Benissa. Benissa is also known as Teulada or Calpe. Its basic origin is Costa Blanka. It is a 9-Hole golf course and was able to hit the list of the best golf courses of Spain. It has a spectacular view of the coastline on its side from where you can say a breath taking huge rock at the bay. It has only one Green Putting and that makes it the smallest Golf course in the Local. It is at a distance of 3 kilometers from the Urbanization of San Jaime.

The Altea Golf Course

It is in the South of Costa Blanca and is among the most famous 9-Hole Golf Courses of Spain. It is something like the one in Calpe but it has 5 bay driving range which makes it really special. It is basically in the area of Altea LaVieja. LaVieja is Spanish for ‘the Old’.

Club de Golf Valderrama

This is a very famous club of Spain. It is famous for hosting a lot of Championships through the years. In 1997, it hosted the Ryder Cup. It was opened for players the year 1974 and the name back then was “Sotogrande New” and the Architect was Mr. Robert Trent Jones. In 1999 it was rated as the top Golf Club of Europe by Golf World Magazine. It is an 18-Hole Golf Course but it also offers a gameplay of 9-Holes.

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