Welcome to our ranking of the best golf courses in Spain – from Valderrama to Pedrena, our panel has established the ultimate places to play
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Plenty of strong holes at the original course on the Costa Brava, which oozes class.
The South is excellent resort golf with lots of hitting required but also lots of room. Walking in the footsteps of Arnie and Seve, it has stood the test of time well.
Water hazards and the bunkering and significant mounding make Real Sociedad Hipica Espanola (South) a proper test but it is one that has gained widespread praise.
A taste of Augusta National, in the sun-kissed Canaries. Sounds fanciful, but in terms of the greens at Abama it is a fair one.
Aptly named course on the Costa Brava routed over undulating land.
Located outside the town, next to the Jerez racing track, Montecastillo hosted the Volvo Masters from 1997 to 2001.
There is an impressive consistency to ‘Bandama’, with hole after hole of really classy golf among mature trees.
A tree-lined parkland whose appeal is largely down to the design flourishes around the greens and the use of the often funky terrain by Javier Arana.
The opening tee shot at El Bosque is simultaneously thrilling, bewildering and intimidating. You are standing on an elevated tee, so the...
'Welcome to the tricky New Course and discover the real player you have inside' is the sign that awaits you by the 1st tee here...