Golf Park Puntiró is one of the latest projects undertaken and completed by the Nicklaus design group, headed by the most successful player in the game's history.
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With his playing days all but behind him, Jack is now focused on creating legendary golf courses, and his work at Golf Park Puntiró has certainly boosted Mallorca's golfing credibility. The brief for the Golden Bear was to build a course that would adapt totally to the existing landscape in a harmonious manner, and with that in mind the resultant holes weave their way in and out of the groves of pine, olive and carob trees.
The par-71 layout measures 6,591 yards from the championship tees, and, as such, is not the longest course by modern standards, but Nicklaus' design necessitates accurate striking and sound course management in order to score well.
The golf complex is further aided by the presence of a fantastic practice area which includes a 240-yard driving range with a range of covered and uncovered bays.
Golf Park Puntiró's signature hole is without doubt the ‘short' 16th, although there is little short about it; golfers must carry the ball over 200 yards of shimmering water to find the putting surface.