Islantilla golf Resort

Course Type
Golf Professional
Green Fees

Course Information

Paseo Barranco del Moro, Apartado de Correos, Isla Cristina, Huelva, 212-21410, Spain
+34 (0) 959 204 500

27 holes, three different courses surrounded by leafy vegetation and impressive sea-views. The careful design of its Pencross greens and Agrostis Fairways give the course great quality and variety.

The smooth slopes, the water, its landscape, its climate, turn golf into a real pleasure for all type of players and handicaps. You set the challenge.

Courses Rating

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Overall Course Rating
3.5 / 5

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Course Scorecards

Course Tee Holes Par Rating Slope
Yellow9 + Green9 (metres) Yellow 18 72 69.3 120
Blue9 + Green9 Yellow 18 72 67.9 119
Blue9 + Yellow9 Yellow 18 72 68.8 119

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Golf Club Reviews

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Value for Money

Good resort course

The courses are attached to the Islantilla Resort which will probably mean that in the next 6 months the prices are going to take an upward hike as it has just been purchased by Hilton and is in for a refurbishment.

But, the golf course... As with many throughout Spain, don't forget that whatever club you need, take an extra one!

There are three nines here, Blue, Yellow and Green. The Green is the tougher 9 (19-27), the Yellow maybe just the easiest. The course is in need of a refurb itself - cart paths are broken and some, you even feel you may fall out of the buggy! There is definitely a need for the sprinklers to get an overhaul as many only point one way and the ensueing 'bog' that you need to play from or drive through is a good pointer as to why we played pick and place all week. The parts of the fairway that were not suffering from overwatering are in very good condition, as are the fairways.

The greens are very furry, but this could be because there was an enormous storm on arrival and overnight before our first game, meaning they were letting them recover..... but I would not put money on it being the case. They did run fairly true and also had a bonus of being very receptive.

Bunkers had something many UK courses don't - sand!

I didn't use the driving range, but all seemed to be happy with it - included a practice bunker and extra putting green to complement the small one by the clubhouse.

The clubhouse is very friendly and welcoming. Booze is plentiful and the food is really good (100% better than the hotel at present).

Is a return trip on the cards? Maybe if the company that I went with gets favourable rates and friends decide to go again next year.
Date Monday, 30, September 2019
Quality of Course
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Value for Money

Blue, Yellow, Green....

Review coming up.......
Date Saturday, 11, October 2014