La Duquesa Golf Club

Course Type
Parkland
Designer
TBC
Par
72 
Slope
 
Rating
4.0
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
1

Course Information

ADDRESS:
El Hacho, Manilva, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29691, Spain
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
952 890 425
DESCRIPTION:

Set on the hillsides of La Duquesa Robert Trent Jones could have designed a terrifying course capable of being played only by the very best. Instead he used his skilland tempered the bunkering and difficulty of the greens totake account of the fact that few approach shotsare made from level ground. The resut is a course which will challenge the bestwhilst still being enjoyable by the less skilled golfer.

The hotel and clubhouse facilities complement the course, the overall package being a comprehensive golf and country club facility.

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3.7 / 5

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La Duquesa, great course

La Duquesa golf course is an 18 hole, Par:72 course, opened to the public in 1985 and designed by Robert Trent Jones. It offers two distinctive parts. the first one, of English style, with long narrow fairways and elevated greens. Passed this half, the now wider fairways make the course easier, although one must be aware of the obstacles that protect the green, mainly the bunkers. There are excellent views from the course of the Rock and the African coast which can be clearly seen.
Date Thursday, 29, April 2010