This 18 hole, par 72 golf course was designed by José María Olazábal and officially opened in 1991. It boasts its own orography and eight lakes; a course offering the ideal conditions for all lovers of this sport, both beginners and professionals. A challenge at every hole. The surroundings are magnificent, with a stunning view of nearby mountains.
The course has hosted the Open Mahou de Madrid (European Challenge Tour) and the Madrid Ladies Masters (European Ladies Tour) in 2007. A practice green, putting green and room for golf clubs are some of the other services offered. To add to this, the club also boasts six courts for padel (sport similar to platform tennis) - four of which are floodlit -, three for tennis, one for squash, two swimming pools, gym, social lounge, sports shop, a café, restaurant (headed by renowned chef Paco Roncero). They also offer golf classes for all levels: from those who want to learn from scratch to players who want to perfect their skills in this thrilling sport.
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