Scorecard

Hole
Par Hcp
1 328 320 282 261 4 14
2 127 123 106 105 3 17
3 359 333 308 287 4 16
4 444 431 411 387 5 18
5 146 143 132 122 3 15
6 353 311 300 296 4 10
7 473 469 435 384 5 8
8 414 402 385 346 4 2
9 369 342 297 297 4 4
10 517 499 483 421 5 5
11 185 171 151 136 3 11
12 374 361 336 328 4 9
13 384 355 327 313 4 7
14 309 304 284 249 4 13
15 411 391 365 327 4 1
16 475 460 436 386 5 12
17 177 158 143 131 3 6
18 407 387 366 346 4 3
Hole 1-9 3239 3086 2891 2637 36
Total 6252 5960 5547 5122 72
Slope 131 129 131 126
CR 73.4 72.1 75 72.6

Course Map

The new course, 6194 meters in length and with large greens designed by Miguel Ángel Jiménez is considered a long par 72 course.  It has two distinct parts: the front nine is of typical English “parkland” design without water that extends through gentle hills and level fairways that is easy to walk on a hot summer’s day.  The fairways blend with the surroundings with only two uphill slopes, the 1st hole and 5th hole.  The challenge of the front nine are the various out-of-bounds and the fast, large greens.

On the back nine the land has been sculptured to create raised greens and diversify the fairways.  Water comes into play on the 10th, 11th, 14th, 16th and 17th holes and the large greens with some borrows difficult to read add to the difficulty of the second nine holes.  The whole course has a great variety of trees, both native and some newly introduced, and several lakes.

One our feature holes is the 6th, a 354m. par 4, easy to reach in two but has a raised green with pronounced borrows.

Suitable for major tournaments, Guadalhorce Golf Club is a long course which can be enjoyed by golfers of all levels.

Interactive Map

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