Welcome to our ranking of the best golf courses in Spain – from Valderrama to Pedrena, our panel has established the ultimate places to play
NCG TOP 100s
Regarded as the 'second' course at this Salou-based course... but not by us. It's fun and funky.
Los Naranjos is located in a really swish corner of the Costa del Sol, with flashy residences wherever you look and a smart clay-tiled,...
Set in a typical Mediterranean landscape, its holes are characterised by sweeping changes in direction and large greens that ask for a sure touch.
This is on first glance what we might call 'holiday golf' and it's true the fairways are relatively wide but there is enough about Adeje to punish you if you are wayward.
Asia gets in our Spanish Top 50, which is a decent guide as to its quality because the competition in that list is naturally pretty high.
Buenavista's clifftop location on the stunning coastline of Isla Baja gives it a number of truly spectacular holes.
"It's the most exciting and challenging project I've ever designed and built," said architect Donald Steel.
Golf del Sur is a fine hillside course with the North and South nines just about the pick, if you have to choose 18 of the 27.
Designed by Pepe Gancedo, it has wide and generous fairways to make it playable off the tee but on and around the green it is a real challenge.
A Robert Trent Jones design laid out south of Tarragona on interesting terrain.