nr San Pedro de Alcantara, Andalucia 29660
27 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb
Residential and rural countryside
Above distances are for the San Pedro (A) and Guadaiza (C) combination. The Ronda (B) nine is slightly longer than A and slightly shorter than C.
16 km W of Marbella
La Quinta Golf & Country Club is home to a course that comprises 27 holes, arranged in three loops of 9 holes that radiate out from the clubhouse and Hotel La Quinta Resort & Spa. Course A (San Pedro) is characterised by open fairways and a slightly shorter yardage than the other two nines.
Course B (Ronda) is perhaps the most technically demanding nine with its narrow fairways and more difficult greens. Flanked by high-end houses and villas, this nine-hole loop progresses uphill in the direction of the Ronda mountains.
Course C (Guadaiza) is considered an easier layout than Course B, although it also includes several slopes and a few dog legging holes. La Quinta is a generally well-regarded golf course with several attractive features. The combination of its tree-lined and open parkland layout is well worth a visit and should provide an enjoyable and testing round.
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].
Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.
LET venue (2011)
Urb. La Quinta Golf sn, Marbella - Bennahavís.
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Tucked away at the heart of Marbella's renowned Golf Valley, and skirted by the hills of Sierra Blanca, the Hotel Meliá La Quinta Golf & Spa nestles into the green fairways of La Quinta. Guests are within easy reach of the vibrant Puerto Banús Marina Harbor and the picturesque settings of the old town of Marbella. Numbering 172 in total, the spacious guest rooms capture the essence of Andalusian history, and are decorated in true Mediterranean style.
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