|Course||Don Cayo Golf Club|
|Par (White/Yellow/Red)||36 + 36|
|Distances (Pro, Mens & Ladies)||-|
|Pro - White Tees||White 6156 metres, Slope 132, Rating 73.6|
|Mens - Yellow Tees||Yellow 6044 metres,Slope 131, Rating 73.0|
|Ladies - Red Tees||Red 5360 metres, Slope 128, Rating 74.8|
|Our Discounted Green Fees||€50|
Don Cayo Golf Club
Altea, Alicante, Costa Blanca, Spain
The Don Cayo golf club was founded in 1974 by Don Luis Campomanes Asumendi, as part of the “El Aramo” residential development project. It is situated in the foothills of the Sierra Bernia mountain range, close to the beautiful Mediterranean village of Altea.
With a round of 3,078 metres from the white tees, extremely difficult holes – such as the 5th (a 580-metre par 5) or the 6th (a slightly uphill 227-metre par 3) – alternate with recovery holes which also require accuracy if you want to land the ball on the fairway.
Players tend to prefer the 3rd, a par 5 with views of the sea, and the 7th from where you can make out the mountains surrounding the Marina Baixa.
Tee Par CR Slope Length
White (Men) 6156 m
Yellow (Men) 72 6044 m
Red (Ladies) 72 5360 m
Technical difficulty: Hard
Terrain: Undulating – Hilly with Water hazards
* Driving Range (5 tees)
* Practice Area
* Putting Green
* Practise bunker
Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: men 28, ladies 36