Designed by: John Harris/ Francisco López Segalés
Opened for play: 1967
White: 6,616 yards
Yellow: 6,391 yards
Blue: 5,661 yards
Red: 5,399 yards
The beautiful pine clad mountains provide the perfect backdrop to a truly a spectacular 18 hole golf course. The fantastically manicured fairways are lined by magnificent old trees which means that despite them being wide an errant shot does not go unpunished. This makes the course perfect for both beginners and low handicap golfers. The 3rd to the 7th hole are arguably the narrowest on the course and require players to shape the ball off the tee in order to provide them with a good angle for the second shot. The course also features 6 different water hazards which not only add to the aesthetics of the course but also provide a haven for local wildlife, attracting brilliantly coloured birds. Golf Son Servera Golf Club is perfect for groups of golfers of a range of different abilities as the variety of long wide allows combined with some short testing par 4s mean that no one will be bored when playing a round or two here.
Furthermore, before the round there is a chance to hone your short game skills on one of the clubs 3 practice greens and driving range which are the perfect places for you to get in the ‘swing’ of things before you round. Or if you prefer, you can prepare for the upcoming golf with a lesson from the club’s professional. The club also boasts a state of the art Pro-Shop which is stocked with all the latest equipment and clothing so it is well worth the visit before you tee off. Following the round the clubhouse is a brilliant place to relax on the terrace and enjoy the incredible vistas whilst having a cold beer and basking in the sunshine. Moreover, the restaurant is also a wonderful place to enjoy some fantastic Mediterranean cuisine with the outdoor tables providing guests with a front row seat to the beautiful sunset.
Work was being carried out to build a new club house so catering was carried out in a tented construction. Course was good, greens fast and challenging but certainly worth visiting.
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