Condado de Alhama Resort

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Address: Carretera de Mazarron, Alhama de Murcia, Costa Calida, 30840, Spain
Rating: 4.0
Rating: 4.0
Opened: 2009
Holes: 18
Type: Parkland
Length: 5520 meters
Par: 71
Rating/SSS: 70
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Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 3.0
Quality of Course Rating: 5.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 5.0
Value for Money Rating: 3.0

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Golf clubhouse with changing rooms, bars, restaurants and lounges. Pro shop with club, trolley and buggy hire along with practice facilities. Additional resort facilities include tennis, swimming pools, gym and health centre.
Condado de Alhama is the latest of the Polaris World Golf REsort developments. Although the resort officially opened in 2008 the resort town centre (Al Kasar) was completed in July 2009 and the Jack Nicklaus Signature course is scheduled to open in November 2009. 

Other sports facilities on the resort (already opened) include several tennis courts, three football pitches, two squash and paddle courts, a gym and over 20 communal swimming pools.

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13 Sep 2016, 12:35
Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 3.0
Quality of Course Rating: 5.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 5.0
Value for Money Rating: 3.0

Overpriced but a true test...

This course is seen as the ‘jewel in the crown’ within the group. It is situated an hours’ drive from Mar Menor but is easy to find, thanks to the great directions given to us by the Pro-shop.

At first you are slightly disorientated on arrival as the course is within the walls of the residential area, however once this hurdle was navigated, you then arrive at an unassuming car park that’s leads to The Clubhouse.

Wow! You know you are a course that has not only been designed by Mr. Nicklaus but that it has been sculptured beautifully into the landscape. I can only imagine how many hours the green keepers spend attending to all the tee boxes alone.

The course is long (6500+ meters) but don’t be put off, most of the fairways are wide and forgiving but watch out for the wind. The course is built in a valley are when it blows, it really blows.

The Clubhouse is modern but small and doesn’t match the surrounding but I believe this is a temporary structure and will be replaced by one much grander in style, like the rest in the group. There is a fantastic open air range to hone your game before heading out.

The first three or four holes are a delight, undulating fairways, bunker ridden par 3’s but once you get to past these, the course starts to stretch out (don’t think I hit a short iron into a green until the back nine!).

Whilst the fairways are brown and barren (it is Spain), there is a good combination of left and right aligned holes. These contrast the greens are rich dark green and firm (i.e. very difficult to land your ball on).

Most of greens have plenty of breaks and borrows, so don’t expect to leave without at least some 3-Putts on your card.

Realistically this course is built for low handicappers (10 and below), so don’t be disappointed if you struggle to score well. Just enjoy the course, and the views and enjoy it in the manner in which ‘Jack’ would want you to.


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