The South course
Originally designed by Robert Putman and modified by Arnold Palmer, the South course has undergone a complete refurbishment over the last couple of years.
The main changes include more water hazards, tree plantation and green alterations and has seen it become much more of a challenge to the golfer.
The course is located in the centre of the valley and features wide palm-fringed fairways, a number of strategically positioned bunkers and plenty of water hazards.
The North course
The North course is slightly shorter than the South but has tighter fairways and larger greens.
This undulating course is positioned between palm trees and lakes with precision rather than length required to score well.
The West course
Set amongst La Manga's pine woodland, the West course offers a great alternative to the more classical championship courses.
This undulating layout can be very difficult, with the frequent changes in elevation making club selection the crucial factor for scoring well.
Set up amongst the hills, the West course is a favourite with guests because of the wonderful views and the challenge offered by the course.
|Architect:||Robert Dean Putman, Arnold Palmer|
|Course:||Three 18-hole courses: South (6 499 meters. Par 73); North (5 753 meters. Par 71); West (5 770 meters. Par 72).|
|Water in play:||Yes|
|Trees in play:||Yes|
|Golf car:||Yes. 45€|
|Electric trolley:||Yes. 20€|
|Office tel.:||+34 968 331 234|
|Address:||Urb. La Manga Club, Cartagena, Murcia, 30385 Los Belones|
Lat : 37.60744526450444
Long : -0.8008110519949696