Mosa Trajectum Golf Resort

Course Type
Golf Professional
Green Fees

Course Information

Plaza Caserio San Esteban de Mendigo , Banos Y Mendigo , Costa Calida, 30155, Spain
+34 968 607 209

Mosa Trajectum Golf Resort offers three very different loops of 9 holes (Pine Course, Olive Course,Stone Course) plus a 9 hole Par 3 course (the Challenge Course).

All courses have been designed and built to PGA & USPGA standardsand all are maintained to a high standard. The wide variety instyle of each 9 hole loopmeans that thecombination of loops you play means a very differentchallenge

The Stone Course appeals to players who like a strategic challenge in their game - with nearly 8,000 palm trees, 20,000 cacti plus some huge natural rock formations providing challenge this 9 hole loop offers a great golf challenge sedt within an impressive naturallandscape.

The Olive Course meanders through hundreds of olive trees and offers almost links style golf in a beautiful setting. Here the challenge is increasedby varying length grasses off the fairway.

The Pine Course, as it's name would suggest, is lined with nearly 4,000 pine trees and, being the highest point on the golf course, offers fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.

Visitors are always welcome but contact club to make arrangements.

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3.7 / 5

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Stone & Olive Course, great challenge, bring balls...

Played the Stone 9 holes and the Olive 9 holes (can't comment on the Pines).

The clubhouse is a hacienda style affair with friendly staff and everything you could want except perhaps a terrace overlooking the course (where is it?).

the course was definitely as advertised, the Stone loop had ravines, rocks, bunkers and demanded attention to shot making. The Olive loop had fairways meandering though lots and lots of trees.

Both courses were maintained to a good standard (a great standard if you're compairing them to most UK courses!) and the almost compulsory villas surrounding the course were set well back and didn't intrude at all.

If you're in Murcia it's a great course and much better value than the likes of La Manga (and substantially less busy)
Date Monday, 21, June 2010