Golf Villamartin

Course Type
Parkland
Designer
TBC
Par
72 
Slope
 
Rating
3.3
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
3

Course Information

ADDRESS:
Villamartin Apartado 28, Orihuela Costa, Alicante, 03189, Spain
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
+34 (0) 966 765 170
DESCRIPTION:

Villamartin, designed by Mr Puttman and opened in 1972,was the first course owned by the QUARA Group (also owns La Finca and Las Ramblas).

Its extraordinary design and fantasticsetting in addition to the maturityof vegetation gained over it's 35 year historymake this course one of the best golf courses in the region.

The course offers a challenge to golfers of all ability and the club has played host to a variety of regional and national competitions.

Visitors are always welcome. Contact club to make arrangements.

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Overall Course Rating
2.9 / 5

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Villamartin

The condition of the course was good. How ever there was no communication between the course marshals. One minute we're teeing off the 10th, then the 1st then the 10th. Our tee off time had change but there had been no communication of this.
Date Friday, 26, October 2018
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Seen much better days...

The 'Tour' took in three locations including La Finca itself, Las Ramblas and Villamartin...

Played here at VillaMarketin on day two and was disappointed. The Course is set in the middle of the town which is a little 70's looking (think ex-pat Spain) but despite its heritage, its all a little tired.

That said, its not all bad. The course is a little English looking places but there are some very good holes that will provide a great challenge for most.

The course starts with a few up and down holes but doesn't really stand out until you pass holes 6 and 7. There a few nice Par 3's along the way and some testing greens but otherwise its a bit bland.

The back nine gets a little more pretty with Villa lined fairways but overall it wouldn't be a stand out course I'd rush back to.

Staff were friendly enough and the upstairs bar area is pleasant but overall an average course in an average town - Get me back to La Finca!
Date Sunday, 24, May 2015
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Nice course....

....possibly a little tired now.

Very enjoyable, and much more forgiving than some, this course has a nice range of holes, that will test everyone.

Couple of absolutely spectacular long par three's make for the highlight of the course. Hit those well, and the whole round feels good, even if your scores don't.
Date Wednesday, 13, May 2015