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About the golf course

Golf El Rompido, situated in the province of Huelva, in the far west of Andalusia, is integrated into the natural landscape of Marismas del Río Piedras. Its two 18-hole courses, surrounded by pine trees and orange groves, cross the Marismas.

Year built 2003
Designer/s Alvaro Arana
Manager Bruno Lelieur
President Pedro Soroa Zubiaga
Greenkeeper Miguel Angel González
Golf professional Peter Ballingall
Dificultad del Recorrido 3/5
Aprox. tee interval 10 min.
Buggy recommended Not necessary
Buggy allowed in fairway No
Maximum handicap (man) 36
Maximum handicap (woman) 36
Club hire from 29€
Buggy from 40€
Trolleys from 6€
Electric Trolleys Yes
Half hour lessons Yes
Nearby airport
  • 104.4 km.
    79.6 min.

Opinions and reviews

Global rating
3.63 /5
Ratio value/price
Received treatment
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Patrick holmes
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    4 /5

  • Date 06/12/2017
South course.Loved this course.Unique setting meandering through umbrella pines and cork trees around wetlands/nature reserve.Nice fairway turf and good quick greens.Pretty narrow and quite a few severe doglegs but a good challenge for the average golfer Admittedly played the South course on a warm cloudless windless day ,
Mark B
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.25 /5

  • Date 20/05/2016
Course in good condition despite recent poor weather. I played poorly as struggled a bit with the slow pace of play
Jeff davies
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.75 /5

  • Date 12/10/2014
Great value holiday. We're coming back!
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.75 /5

  • Date 02/09/2012
South course first 9 was nice, the last 9 more difficult with tooo many trees in the way. North course is easier and more open, we really liked it and managed to make very good scores. No stress and easy to get tee-times. We will absolutely return.
Martin Hollands
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.25 /5

  • Date 04/11/2009
Don't think you can take your driver out on all the long holes, you can't. The SI 1 is a real nasty piece of work from the tee. You will need to think your way around the course. Being young the course needs more time for the grass to thicken up and it was too wet really when I was there, but that was due to unseasonal rainfall. Hated the bunkers, too deep and the sand just wasn't nice. No San Lorenzo, but you will have to be on your A game to play to your handicap. Slope rating shows it about 3 - 4 shots harder than average for a mid-handicapper