Carrer del Camí del Racó,
Salou, Tarragona 43480
Office+34 977 129 070
Pro shop+34 977 129 070
18 holes. Open links-style. Relatively flat terrain - easy to walk.
Wetlands, open countryside and main Hwy on NW boundary.
Lakes course and Ruins course (nine-hole): designed by Greg Norman.
Hills course designed by Green Project (Alfonso Vidaor and Magí Sardà).
Above distances are for the Hills course. Also at Infinitum is the 18-hole Lakes course (par-71; 6317 metres from back tees) and the nine-hole Ruins course (par-34; 2609 metres).
8.5 km SW of Tarragona / 96 km SW of Barcelona.
The Lakes course at Infinitum Golf (formerly Lumine Mediterránea Beach & Golf Club): this well-regarded and challenging Greg Norman layout, is kept good company by its stablemate, the contrasting and often slightly higher-rated Hills course.
The Lakes winds its way around the Sèquia Major wetlands area, classified an area of special natural interest. As the name may suggest, this technically demanding layout brings water into play on many occasions, making it the more intimidating of the two 18-hole courses here.
Also designed by Greg Norman is the nine-hole Ruins course, an easier-going test, ideal for players of all skill levels. Being the middle course, the Ruins-nine can be combined with nine holes from either of the other two courses, during periods of course maintenance for example.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2021].
Walking permitted. Golf carts available for hire.
Infinitum is home to top-end golf practice facilities, and has played host to the last stage of the European Tour Q School since 2017. The Hills and Lakes courses have separate clubhouses, located 1.5 km apart.
Located close to the port city of Tarragona, nearby attractions include the PortAventura World seaside theme park, with restaurants, state-of-the-art roller coasters and thrill rides, water slides and live shows.
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