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Real Club de Golf Las Brisas

Apdo. de Correos 147,

Nueva Andalucía, Andalucia 29660

  • Office

    +34 95 281 3021
  • Pro shop

    +34 95 281 3021
  • Fax

    +34 95 281 5518
  • Golf pro

    Ricardo de Miguel (Golf Manager)

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.

  • Surroundings:

    Residential setting.

  • Designer:

    Original design by Robert Trent Jones Sr (1968); renovated by Kyle Phillips (2014).

Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Metres
6203
5887
4971
Par
72
72
72
SSS or slope
73
72
72.7

Location

Latitude:

36.510453

Longitude:

-4.969438

How to get there:

12 km W of Marbella

HEADING WEST leave the AP-7 (E15) at exit 181a, and follow the A7 direction Estepona, initially through a tunnel. After 3.5 km take the Nueva Andalucia exit (opposite Hotel Pyr), and bear left direction Nueva Andalucia. At third roundabout take second exit (bear right of the cafe) into Calle el Califa. At next roundabout (Plaza Maestranza) take second exit into Avda Generalife. After o.8 km bear right direction Los Naranjos golf. After 1.2 km at Plaza de Cibeles roundabout take first right (almost doubling back on yourself) and proceed downhill (Av del Prado). After o.7 km at next roundabout turn right. After o.3 km golf is on your right. COMING FROM ESTEPONA leave the N340 at the La Medina de Banus/Los Naranjos exit, approx o.4 km after Nueva Andalucia, in front of the Hotel Pyr. Go back under the N340 via small tunnel (fourth exit from roundabout) and follow above route description.

Real (Royal) Club de Golf Las Brisas

4-PLUS: Must play course - excellent standard; worthy of 4½ stars.

Est. 1968

Real (Royal) Club de Golf Las Brisas is home to the best of three excellent courses occupying neighbouring plots in Nueva Andalucia, Los Naranjos and Aloha being the other two. To enter Las Brisas is to enter a relatively spacious golf oasis, in an area where almost every other scrap of land has been put to residential use.

The immense variety and volume of flora here is impressive, so to the very strong Trent Jones layout, which occupies the gently undulating terrain. This is a top-quality course that will test most aspects of your game - tight drives and water hazards on many holes, and quick greens, some elevated, with a myriad of subtle slopes.

Variety, vegetation and a distinctly "classy air" is what you’ll remember here at Las Brisas - one of the true aristocrats of Costa del Sol golf. Its worth making every effort to play here - even though visitor' tee-times are very restricted.

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Visitors

Who can play and when?

Visitors are welcome on a very restrictive basis, particularly in high season (March/April and Sept thru' Nov).

Must book in advance. Maximum handicap: men 24; women 36. Proof of handicap required.

Green fees

Visitor fee, 18-holes in high season: €199 (all days).

Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2019].

Other information

Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.

Practice facilities

Good

Did you know?

King Juan Carlos I conferred the Real (Royal) prefix on Las Brisas GC in 1995. By royal prerogative, at least 18 Spanish golf clubs can now use the "Royal" title, including: Bendinat, El Prat, Guadalmina, La Herreria, Las Brisas, Las Palmas, Malaga, Neguri, New San Sebastian (Basozabal), Pedrena, Puerta de Hierro, R.A.C.E. (Jarama), San Sebastian, Seville, Sociedad Hipica Espanola, Sotogrande, Tenerife and Valderrama. At least two other clubs once carried the Royal title: Royal Menorca (now closed) and Royal Deportivo Las Lomas-El Bosque, now called GC Lomas-Bosque.

Published ranking

World: formerly ranked world's 95th best course (GOLF magazine, 1985; not in subsequent editions of this ranking).
Europe: 61st best course in continental Europe (Golf World, 2019).
Spain: 8th best course in Spain (Golf Digest, 2020).

Where2Stay

  • Hotel Guadalmina Golf & Spa Resort4-star

    Urb. Guadalmina Baja, 29678 San Pedro de Alcántara, Marbella.

    +34 952 88 22 11

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    The hotel enjoys a wonderful beachside location, with the two seaside holes on Royal Guadalmina's South course laid out directly alongside the hotel. Each of the hotel's 178-rooms are spacious and air-conditioned, with flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi, plus views of the sea, gardens or golf course. The hotel's facilities include restaurants and bars, beach club, business centre, outdoor sea water swimming pool, solarium and pool bar.

    • Golf at this hotel:

      No

    • Golf within 10 km:

      Royal Guadalmina (North & South courses) - clubhouse (2 km); Flamingos; La Zagaleta; Los Naranjos; Royal Las Brisas; Aloha.

    • Golf within 30 km:

      Marbella G&CC; Estepona.

  • Hotel Pyr3-star

    Avenida Rotary Internacional s/n, 29660 Puerto Banus.

    +34 95 281 73 53

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    The 319-room Hotel Pyr Marbella sits o.5 km behind the marina at Puerto Banus, close to several of the best golf courses between Marbella and Estepona. The hotel comprises three Andalucian-style buildings, which are surrounded by manicured gardens that include two outdoor swimming pools. The surrounding neighbourhood is home to many shops and restaurants (including the Hard Rock Cafe Marbella).

    • Golf at this hotel:

      No

    • Golf within 10 km:

      Aloha; Royal Las Brisas; Los Naranjos; Royal Guadalmina.

    • Golf within 30 km:

      Flamingos; La Zagaleta; Estapona; Marbella G&CC.

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