Lumine Golf & Beach Club
Lumine Golf & Beach Club is a fantastic destination for a golf break in sunny Spain. Boasting two outstanding 18 hole golf courses including one designed by the legendary Greg Norman – also known as ‘The Shark’ – there is something to suit all tastes at Lumine. Both The Lakes and The Hills courses offer very different yet equally enjoyable challenges to golfers of all abilities and not only are the courses infinitely fun to play; they are also a treat for the eyes thanks to their location in an area of natural beauty. Here golfers can enjoy championship golf while gazing over Roman ruins, pine forest, olive groves and the shimmering Balearic Sea.
Host of European Tour's Final Stage Qualifying School
It was recently announced that Lumine Golf & Beach Club will play host to the European Tour's Final Qualifying Stage. Lumine has previously held stage 2 qualifying, but it will be the first time this Spanish golfing gem will host the conclusion of European Tour qualifying. 156 golfers will endure 6 rounds of fierce competition across both courses as they battle it out for the 25 European Tour cards available.
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Golf Courses at Lumine Golf & Beach Club
As its name would suggest The Lakes Course winds its way around the Sèquia Major wetlands so accuracy is key throughout the round in order to avoid a nasty penalty or two. Measuring 6,889 yards from the back tees, The Lakes Course is more than long enough to test the best players in the game and thanks to the intelligent layout and the ever present threat of the lurking water hazards it is also the most technically difficult courses of the three. As with all of the courses at Lumine, The Lakes Course is always in superb condition meaning that if you manage the course well and hit greens in regulation you should be rewarded with good birdie chances.
In contrast to The Lakes Course, The Hills Course has been carved through areas of mature white pine, carob and olive trees and features fewer water hazards meaning accuracy is still the order of the day but for a different reason; hit a wayward tee shot here and you will have a chance at recovery. The course follows the natural lay of the land and thus players will have to negotiate sweeping undulations which can effect club selection. Well positioned bunkers and natural landforms also act as defences for the course and while golfers are enjoying the challenge of battling Old Man Par they will be treated to spectacular views of the Balearic Sea. Measuring 6,926 yards, The Hills Course is more than long enough to keep the bombers entertained while a number of forward tee positions make the course more manageable for players with less prowess from the tee.