In the foothills of the Sierra Bermeja lies the San Roque Club, whose two outstanding championship golf courses are the reason behind its continued position within the elite of Andalucian golfing resorts.
In 2003 the San Roque Club welcomed its second championship layout, following design and construction work by the esteemed American architect, Perry Dye. The New Course measures a colossal 7,246 yards from the tips, and although it differs greatly in style to the Old, it presents an equally formidable challenge.
With unparalleled views over the Guadalquiton River and the amazing azure of the Mediterranean, the New is an unforgettable experience, and was rewarded with the 2006 Spanish Open. More than 100 strategically positioned bunkers guard the impeccable fairways and greens, and while the cork tree-lined targets are more forgiving than the Old, visiting golfers will require sound strategy and course management to score well.
With an internationally renowned golf academy and two of the region's finest championship course, visiting the San Roque Club is an essential component of any good golfing holiday in Southern Spain.
The fairways are narrow and Tree lined with bunkers and waste areas everywhere.The course is not in good condition and needs a lot of TLC to bring it up to scratch.The staff were very helpful taking our clubs to and from our transport but would not play it again
Was not in good conditions if you compare with other courses this was very bad shape
Fairways in poor condition with preferred lies in operation. The New Course does not get the same level of presentation as the Old Course. Would not return here.
A very nice course with some interesting holes. In good condition.
I was, and still am, a big fan of the late Seve Ballesteros and have had the pleasure of playing one of his designed courses before (Royol Obidos in Portugal), so I was really looking forward to playing this Seve Co-designed course at San Roque and I was not disappointed, it was great. I should also mention that the Caddy Master was really "on the ball" and very helpful, when realising that there was going the be a bit of a back log on the first tee, he arranged for my wife and I to start at the tenth and personally escorted us to it. All the staff in the shop and club house were very nice and it was a pleasure to be there. If there is only one down side is that a buggy for the round (which was obligatory) cost 45 Euros which being half Scottish I thought was a bit steep.
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