Guadalmina Golf Club

Guadalmina Golf: Facts & Figures

Pro Shop, Restaurant and Bar, Clubhouse, showers, changing rooms

Guadalmina North Course:

18 holes, par 72

White - 5766 m SSS 70.2 Slope 126

Yellow - 5670 m SSS 69.8 Slope 124

Blue - 5066 m SSS 71.7 Slope 125

Red - 4791 m SSS 70.3 Slope 120

Handicap: Men 27, Ladies 35

Guadalmina South Course:

18 holes, par 72

White - 6113 m SSS 71.1 Slope 123

Yellow - 5799 m SSS 70.2 Slope 122

Blue - 5356 m SSS 72.0 Slope 120

Red - 5002 m SSS 71.6 Slope 119

Handicap: Men 27, Ladies 35

Guadalmina Golf Club
San Pedro de Alcantara, Marbella, Costa del Sol, Spain

The second oldest golf club in the Costa del Sol, Guadalmina opened as a 9 hole course in 1959. It was extended to 18 holes in the late 1960s. The 10th and 11th holes run along the sea and the fairways are bordered by well established trees. The North Course opened in 1973, and it is more gentle than the South Course, but just as interesting and quite tight in places. Both courses were renovated by Global Golf in 2002.

Guadalmina Golf Club: Views of the course

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