Situated just west of Benalmadena Costa, the par 72, 5806 metre course was designed by Spain’s most famous golf architect, Pepe Gancedo, who used the contours of the region to produce a course where each hole is an individual. Torrequebrada opened in 1976, and has hosted several top tournaments including the 1979 Spanish Open. Well manicured, the fairways are in particularly good condition. Water hazards come into play on nine holes, and there are actually over 100 species of trees lining the fairways. There are numerous fairway bunkers strategically placed, and players will find the well guarded greens very challenging. Located 3 km inland, Torrequebrada has stunning sea views and is very popular with visitors. Torrequebrada features excellent facilities, including changing rooms, swimming pool, sauna, paddle tennis, and tennis. The terrace bar and restaurant overlooks the 18th hole and the Mediterranean.
18 holes, Par 72
White 5806 m, VC 70.5, Slope 133 Yellow 5513 m, VC 69.0, Slope 132
Blue 4957 m, VC 70.8, Slope 121 Red 4680 m, VC 69.1, Slope 119
Pro Shop, Putting Green, Sauna, Restaurant, Bar, Clubhouse, Dressing Rooms, Showers; Rental Clubs, Trolleys, Buggies available
Course Master’s Tip: Good venue for first or last day of golf due to close proximity to Malaga airport, and the golf club can provide lunch (before or after golf), shower facilities, towels and a club room to store luggage while you are playing.
Hcp: Men: 27, Ladies: 35
Soft spikes only