The construction of Terramar Garden City commenced in 1919.
Terramar Park Hotel became the club’s social headquarters
and regular meeting place.
A group of enthusiastic players who had discovered the new,
fashionable sport of golf, were able to play their first shots on
the original 9-hole course that had sand-covered greens.
The dress code was rather different from present fashion.
The flood-river and its spectacular floods have been
a recurring characteristic right from the beginning.
Terramar Park Hotel closes down.
The budding club moves its club house
to a small building nearby.
The first extensión of the course is undertaken and
Terrajar hosts the Spanish National Championship
A spectacular, 18-hole course in a unique sea-front setting,
with all the services one would expect.
The suspension bridge constructed across
the flood-river formed part of the outline of
the club’s landscape for many years.
The former club house beside the old
hotel and the dovecote.
Two of Terramar Golf Club’s icons.
One of the greatest
challenges at that time.
The Terramar Golf Club sees one of the
your big dreams. 18 holes.
A very young Severiano Ballesteros participates
in the Catalan Individual Professional Championship
at Terramar Golf Club
The Real Federación Española de Golf confers
“Placa al Mérito en Golf” (Insignia of Honour in Golf)
The present club house is inaugurated.
It is spacious, integrated in the surroundings
and built in a distinctively Mediterranean style.
The dovecote is transferred
to its current location.
Francisco Valera, Juan Manuel Leach and
Felipe García, win the XVIII European Club Cup,
a milestone in the club’s history.
The lakeside holes that extended
the course are inaugurated.
Three pitch & putt holes are built
for practicing, fun and as initiation
holes for the youngest children.
An ambitious project extending
the club house and adding new
facilities is inaugurated.
Sergio García, who had competed at Terramar
in his early years, returns to play once more.
The new Mediterranean par 3 hole is inaugurated
çand becomes Terramar’s Signature Hole.
It’s the first major component of the Master Plan.
In an exciting play-off, Florentyna Parker wins
the first Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies’ Open
at Terramar, among a star-studded field and in the
presence of Annika Sörenstam, one of the world’s
femenine golf icons.
An exhibition by Dutch golfer, Anne Van Dam,
who dominated the second edition of the Estrella
Damm Mediterranean Ladies’ Open from start to
finish with a final score of 26 under par.
After two unsuccessful attempts, Carlota Ciganda
won the third edition of the Estrella Damm Mediterranean
Ladies’ Open with a final score of 8 under par, one less
than the German player, Esther Heinseleit.
The Master Plan continues to materialise and
Terramar inaugurates three new holes, one par 3,
one par 4 and a provisional par 5.
Terramar undergoes a significant transformation in
the design of the course as a result of the creation
of another lake beside the 10th hole and the medication
of holes 10, 13 and 15.
The Ladies’ circuit confronts the Covid crisis
and Maja Stark is proclaimed winner of the Estrella
Damm Ladies’ Open presented by Catalunya, thanks
to a final round in which she cut back 7 strokes on
the overnight leaders.