The Old Course was designed by Bernard von Limburger, the 1925 German Golf Championships winner who became his country’s finest golf course architect of the time. With its wide fairways and large elevated greens, this championship course provides a challenge to golfers at all levels. Elegant and mature with spectacular views of the magnificent La Concha mountain, it is the perfect oasis of tranquillity on the otherwise bustling and vibrant Costa del Sol. This course is a challenge for single-figure players as well.
Atalaya New Course offers spectacular views of the Mediterranean and Gibraltar and is seen as one of the most natural courses on the coast.
Created in 1990 by Paul Krings, the New Course is set further inland, but has a similar parkland feel about it - with gently undulating fairways and large, fast greens.
All of res.# 54397 were ok, only Atalaya was delayed of 1 hour. It was sad to wait without to know why. Seemed that the stuff had some Problems with the confirmed teetimes. Everything elsewas polite and professional.
I think the golf course is great, I have been playing at Atalaya Golf & Country Club for many times and it was great. The greens is well maintained and the view of the new course is breath-taking! I definitely will come here more often in future and I definitely recommend this place to every golf player in Marbella and surroundings
Played the New course last week. Course in good condition and the greens are running true. It had rained hard in the preceding couple of days but the course drained well and there were very few soggy spots.
Have played here previously (18 months ago) and the course has stayed in tip top condition. The 16th and 17th holes have been changed (for the better in my view).
Not a super difficult course for the mid handicapper - there is a mix of tricky holes that you would not find back home (hole 5 with a steeply tilted and split fairway; hole 6 where it is difficult to see the landing ground from the tee) as well as some short holes or ones that have been squashed in between Old Course holes (eg Hole 18).
Clubhouse is nice with a lovely upstairs balcony for the bar.
Worth a visit for a holiday golfer with a mid handicap.