Almenara Golf Resort
Avenida Almenara
San Roque, 51 11310, Spain

+34 956.582.054
Architect Dave Thomas designed all 27 holes at this resort, which is located in the Cádiz province of extreme southern Spain, within view of Gibraltar. The fairways run around two large lakes, while many pine and cork oak trees are prominent.

The public rate during the high season (January-March and September-October) is €85 (carts are €36). Resort guests, juniors, and professionals enjoy various discounts. Resort guests can also book tee-times at six other area clubs, including Valderrama and Real Sotogrande.

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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:€100 - €124
   Weekend:€100 - €124
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt & Slacks
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Water Hazards:Heavy
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Private CourseClub de Golf La Reserva de Sotogrande
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Public CourseLa Cañada Golf Course
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Public CourseAlcaidesa Golf Course
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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
9/13/18 Jason Petrucci 48*
6/7/18 boycalvin 47*
6/7/18 boycalvin 46*
6/6/18 jrhowes *
6/4/18 boycalvin 47*
6/4/18 boycalvin 53*
4/9/18 Richard Evans 39*
4/9/18 Richard Evans 38*
4/7/18 Richard Evans 40*
4/7/18 Richard Evans 38*
9/25/17 Danny Gilham 45*
9/25/17 Danny Gilham 46*
9/22/17 Danny Gilham 45*
9/22/17 Danny Gilham 44*
8/7/17 Bill Easterbrook 48*
10/18/16 peterd5 51*
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Recent Reviews

  curefan - 8/31/15
Three visits to Almenara and all good. Nice friendly resort. Easy to get to from Gibraltar. The resort courses are good and interesting. I'd be happy if they were in Berkshire!! Recommended.
  bowoody - 10/11/11
Just back from 10 days there. Better than average Costa 27 hole layout. Very understocked Pro Shop! Some very good holes and some poor ones to be honest! I liked the Alcornoques loop best as there is more variety and better design.some holes elsewhere are dull and narrow (eg 9 on Lagos!) Pro shop staff were a bit miserable (stressed?) and there were no marshalls on the course, so some gamestood ages! Buggy is a must as long walk to tees/greens and between the loops
  jasetheace - 9/30/10
I still find this the toughest course that I have played on after 18 months of playing it. It is at least 3 shots more difficult than an average course in the UK. Most holes have OOB on one side and lateral water hazard on the other so you have to be straight. The course also plays quite long with soft fairays that don't give you any roll if you hit the ball high. Sometimes it is over watered and can get wet even in the summer.
  claret123 - 11/3/13
  Rik Golf - 4/7/13
  GXA - 2/19/13
  robertodrocca - 2/17/13
  And1 - 2/13/13
  Old soldier - 11/25/12
  adambennett - 9/30/11
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