San Roque Golf Club


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The San Roque clubs forms one side of the golden triangle of Spanish golf along with the world famous courses Sotogrande and Valderrama. The course has played host to the PGA European Tour Qualifying School for many years.

The heart of the San Roque Club is golf; golfers can choose between the demanding par 72 of The Old Course, the original course designed by Dave Thomas, that winds through cork oak forests with superb mountain views - or The New Course created by legendary American course designer Perry Dye. Both courses provide beautiful and challenging holes for players of all handicaps.

The Old Course: At the foothills of the Sierra Bermeja, where the mountains meet the sea, is a legendary home for European golf created in 1990. Designed by Dave Thomas with bunkers redesigned by Seve ballesteros, The Old Course is rated amongst the finest in Europe. For many years it has played host to memorable moments for the young pretenders and old campaigners alike. The course's tight, sloping fairways are lined by mature cork oak trees - demanding straight, accurate driving. Strategic bunker placement and deceptive water hazards threaten all but the most precise approach shots. The closing holes incorporate the resort's shimmering lakes, presenting a finish as beautiful as it is challenging. Playing The Old Course is something every golfer will remember.

The New Course: The designs of this course incorporate the contours of the San Roque hills, giving golfers wonderful views to the Guadalquiton River and the Mediterranean Sea beyond. The idea was to create a new course that is a challenge for scratch and low handicap golfers but that is also possible for higher handicap players to enjoy. To that end each hole has five different tee positions and fairways that are wider than those on The Old Course. Nevertheless, these fairways are designed to reward canny tactics and skilful drive placement. Water hazards guard four of the greens, also defended by more than a hundred strategic bunkers, which lie in wait for wayward or ambitious drivers.

Inside the club, some of the most popular attractions is the Seve Ballesteros Natural Golf School which is run by Seve’s brother Vincente with several programs designed by the master himself. Also not to be missed are the various restaurants in the club house as the club can be considered one of Andalucia’s true gastronomic centres.

Directions: San Roque Club is situated 5 mins from Sotogrande. On the N340 take the exit road at km. 127. Signposts will lead you to the resort.

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N340, km. 127, Sotogrande, 11360

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