|Course||ALICANTE GOLF CLUB|
|Location||ALICANTE - SAN JUAN|
|Distances (Pro, Mens & Ladies)||-|
|Pro - White Tees||White 6236 metres, Slope 131,|
|Mens - Yellow Tees||Yellow 6057 metres, Slope 130,|
|Ladies - Red Tees||Red 5254 metres, Slope 128|
|Our Discounted Green Fees||€50 - 68 (inc. buggy)|
Playa San Juan, Alicante
The legendary Spanish player Severiano Ballesteros designed the Alicante Golf city-course, which offers a good challenge for pros and amateurs alike. It is located at the foot of the “Sierra Grossa”, north of Alicante and near the beach of San Juan on the Mediterranean Sea. It is the only 18 hole par 72 course on the Iberian Peninsula which consists of six par 3, six par 4 and six par 5 holes.
This offers you plenty chances for a birdie and a lot of variety on every hole. Along the course there are seven water hazards, so getting used to playing between the obstacles is important. On the fourteenth hole you will find a very particular obstacle. In order to arrive at the green, you must pass the ruins of the “Villa Ferrer”, a Roman country house from the year 1 BC that was discovered during the realisation of the course.
Alicante Golf is known as one of the best maintained golf courses in Spain. And if you like the Mediterranean cuisine: the restaurant might even be more famous for its paella!
Driving range, putting green, chipping green, practice bunker, on-course WC, on-course beverages
Restaurant, snack bar, games room, gym, sauna, pro shop, buggy hire, club hire, trolley hire (electric and manual), golf classes, club repair
18 holes, Par 72
Handicap restriction: 36 Men, 36 Ladies