A demanding par 4 to start the course. It is very important to secure the fairway from the tee, as it is protected by the stream on the left and pine trees on the right. The shot to the green also requires precision since it is a long and narrow green with bunkers on both sides. We will always have to favor the right side, to avoid the deep bunkers on the left, which complicate the approach shot.
Very straight hole with out of bounds to the left and a bunker and pine trees to the right. If we manage to stay on the left side of the fairway, we will have a much better shot to the green. When in doubt, always hit a longer club into the green, since it is slightly elevated and very well protected by two front bunkers. This green is very wide but also quite flat, so my tip would be that a second shot to the center of the green will always be good.
This hole is a beautiful par 3 facing the Mediterranean Sea. It is a long and demanding hole due to the slopy and elevated green, also protected by bunkers on both sides. A shot to the center of the green will always be good, but we must remember to read the green well before hitting the putt, since we will find ourselves with multiple breaks most of the time.
Recovery par 5 that goes along the Mediterranean Sea on the left side and the driving range on the right. From the tee we must favor the left side of the fairway. The hardest hitters will be able to attack the green in two shots, while the rest of the players will have to lay-up short of the bunkers that protect the right side of the green. We will be able to play a more aggressive approach shot into the green depending on the pin placement.
One of the shortest par 4. Straight hole and slightly uphill where it will be key to find the fairway from the tee, to avoid the trees on the right. When hitting our approach shot into the green we must take the right club, since the green is long and narrow. Putting from the beginning of the green will give us an easier uphill putt.
Dogleg to the left that requires a good strategy. We will find an out of bounds on the left side, so from the tee we will try to secure the fairway to have a comfortable shot to the green. It is important to be well positioned at the start, because we find ourselves with a very high and undulating green, with a large slope that divides it into two platforms. Generally, we will have to play a longer club since it is an uphill shot, but always trying to stay under the flag as the speed of the downhill putt can be incredibly fast.
Long, downhill Par 3 with a very long green, but not that wide. Club decision making is important here since it can vary up to 3 or 4 clubs depending on the pin position. The green is protected by bunkers on both sides. The wind typically swirls around on this hole, so it can be hard to tell on which direction it is blowing.
Par 4 downhill with pine trees on both sides of the fairway. From the yellow and white tees, we will find a blind shot that requires going over an out of bounds. The hardest part of this hole is the green since it is narrow and long and is very well protected by deep bunkers on both sides. When we hit into the green we must try to stay on the right platform, in order to have an easier putt.
Second par 5 of the course, which we can also take advantage of as a recovery hole. It is a totally straight hole that runs parallel to the train track which is on the right side. This invites us to keep the driver from the tee on the left side of the fairway, from where we will have a better shot both to reach the green in two shots or to lay-up. The approach shot into the green will allow us to be aggressive, if we carry the bunkers. It is a very large and flat green where we can go for the birdie!
A visually intimidating hole due to the huge lake. From the tee, we will have to hit a shot of, maximum, the distance to the bunker on the right. We will try to aim towards the right side of the fairway, to avoid the water hazard. For those who can reach the green in two shots, searching for the center of the green will always be a good option. Those who cannot reach the green in two shots, should lay-up short of the water hazardo in order to have a shorter and easier shot to the green.
Par 3 with a slightly elevated green. The green is quite slopy, so we must be precise from the tee. A shot to the center of the green can be very good for all pin positions and will prevent us from getting into trouble since accomplishing an up and down can be difficult.
Short par 4, but not easy, since it has both a slopy fairway and green, so we must plan our strategy well. From the tee we must search the left side of the fairway to avoid the deep bunker on the right. The second shot will be short, but to an elevated green with a lot of movement. We must make sure we take enough club to avoid the bunkers that protect the entrance of the green, and the slight uphill.
Long par 4 protected by some dunes on the right, which we must avoid from the tee. We should try and hit the right side of the fairway in order to make the hole a little shorter. On the approach shot into the green, we will try to stay on the right side to avoid the water hazard that protects the entire left area of the green.
Demanding par 4 with a slight dogleg to the left. The left side of the hole is very well protected with trees and two bunkers from where we will practically not have a shot to the green. From the tee, we must always stay on the right side of the fairway to have a good entrance to the green with the second shot. The green is slightly elevated and protected by bunkers on both sides. A shot to the center of the green will always be keep us safe.
This par 5 is characterized by the good location of its bunkers, which we must avoid from the tee, since it will make the hole very difficult not being on the fairway. On our second shot we must stay on the left side of the fairway to avoid the water hazard on the right. The green has several platforms, so we will try to be precise on our approach shot to the green to try to leave the ball on the corresponding platform.
Short par 5 with a wide fairway, protected by pine trees and a small bunker on the left side. The big hitters will have the opportunity to reach the green in two shots. Those who can’t reach in two shots, will have to lay-up short of the bunkers. We will be able to be more aggressive on the approach shot depending on the pin position; It is a very wide but short green in which you should not miss either long or to the left.
Par 3 of medium distance that has a wide green, although not very long. The green is protected by bunkers on both sides, so a shot to the center of the green is always a good option. In case of doubt, a short shot is always better than a long one, since the chip from the front of the green is much easier than from the back. The green is not very complicated as it is quite flat.
The last hole of the course will require two good shots to finish the round well. The shot from the tee is protected by out of bounds on both sides, as well as pine trees on the right side and two tricky bunkers on the left side of the fairway. It is important to be able to place the ball on the fairway to have the opportunity to reach the green in two strokes. The shot to the green requires a medium or long club to a narrow green protected by bunkers on both sides and out of bounds to the right. It will always be better to slightly try to stay on the left side. The green is long and has multiple slopes, so we must keep our concentration until the end.