Spain is often regarded as one of the top golf destinations in Europe. Thanks to its varied topography and impeccable year-round weather, a golf trip to Spain is an excellent choice.
But with hundreds of golf courses to choose from, selecting the perfect one (or three) for your golf trip to Spain can be tricky. We’re here to make it easy. With celebrated designs in every corner of the nation, this is where you need to tee it up on your golf trip to Spain.
Located in the Andalusia region of southern Spain, Real Club Valderrama has hosted the Volvo Masters, the WGC American Express Championship, and the 1997 Ryder Cup. Valderrama was designed by Robert Trent Jones in the 1970s and is often referred to as “the Augusta of Europe.” The club was also granted Royal status in 2014 and is a must-play on a golf trip to Spain.
Nestled between the sea and the Albufera Lagoon, Parador de El Saler is highly regarded as one of the top courses on a golf trip to Spain. The course itself is located in the El Saler Natural Park, so the native grasses and Mediterranean forest that line the fairways are all natural to the area.
Initially opened in 1964, Sotogrande was Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s first European creation. Just steps from the Mediterranean, the course features wide fairways, elevated greens, and 100 bunkers across the course - 69 of which are greenside. The club has also hosted the Spanish Open and the European Championship of Nations so you can play where the pros play on your golf trip to Spain.
The Stadium Course at PGA Catalunya has long been considered the No. 1 course on a golf trip to Spain with its tight fairways and strategic bunkering. The course has played host on multiple occasions to European Tour Qualifying Tournaments along with the Spanish Open.
One of the top destinations on a golf trip to Spain, Finca Cortesin has received consistent ratings as one of Spain’s top golf courses by both Golf Digest and Golfweek. The course features lush, Bermuda fairways, Mediterranean forests, and a wide variety of fauna and flora. Fina Cortesin has hosted the Volvo World Match Play Championship three times and is set to host the Solheim Cup in 2023.
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