A common question we receive at Golf in Spain is whether a handicap is required to play at Spanish golf courses.

Generally implemented and supposedly required by most golf courses, but often not necessarily checked on your arrival, except in some member courses. It could be a problem, specially in case of slow play of your group, so if there is a higher handicap in your group please let us know, so we can arrange appropriate times with the course. If you have a handicap certificate or card, it’s recommended to bring it with you, but it’s not necessary. You should still be able to play even if you don’t have one. It’s unlikely that any courses would turn you away.

The “official” maximum handicap tends to be around 28-36, and we try to provide information on each course when you book. If you have a handicap certificate, bring it with you. If you don’t, you should still be fine, and it is unlikely that you will be turned away from the golf courses.

If you have any concerns or questions, feel free to reach out to Golf in Spain for assistance. Our team is always ready to help.

8 February, 2023 - Categories: Golf in Spain

Depending on the destination. In the most popular areas in the east and south of Spain, it is mainly spring and autumn, with summer being the lowest season.

31 August, 2022 - Categories: Golf in Spain

Yes, since 2020.

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