Urb. Bonmont Terres Noves, Parc. 84,
Mont-Roig del Camp, Tarragona 43300
18 holes. Open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb (mainly on back-nine where its all uphill from 12 thru' 15).
Rural countryside and residential.
Robert Trent Jones Jr.
120 km SW of Barcelona / 32 km SW of Tarragona.
From the AP-7 motorway (Castellon - Barcelona) take exit 38 (Hospitalet de l'Infant / Mora la Nova) and follow the C-44 direction Mora la Nova. After 2.3 km turn right direction Mont-Roig del Camp. After 3.9 km turn right direction Bonmont Terres Noves. After o.5 km turn right into golf.
Club de Golf Bonmont: A good-width fairway to aim at, not overly long rough and beautiful sea views at the short par-5 1st, sets the tone for this excellent Trent Jones II layout in its high-quality resort setting. The front nine is arranged over gently undulating and mainly open terrain, where clusters of pine trees and excellent bunkering provide good definition to the holes. Limited real estate keeps a pleasantly natural feel to these opening holes, which are easy-going rather than tough and technically demanding, provided you can avoid the (usually dry) water hazards, especially in front of the two fabulous par-3 holes. The back-nine sets off downhill for a couple of holes but then turns at the par-4 12th to begin a steady and relentless climb to the green of the short par-4 15th. Any real estate (a bit more noticeable on the early back-nine holes), is left behind as you climb up towards the impressive mountains behind the course. The sea and mountain views from these higher elevations are simply stunning. A welcome relief from climbing (or at least driving your buggy uphill) comes when you turn again at the par-5 17th to come back down the hill - this is a terrific hole, perhaps the best on a highly scenic and enjoyable course.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance. Maximum handicap: men 28; women 36.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2019].
Soft spikes only. Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.
Bonmont, not surprisingly, translates into English as beautiful mountain, in this case providing a wonderful backdrop for your round.
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