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About the golf course

its a choice of three superb, 18-hole championship courses, each with its own unique style and terrain, a Par 47 course and first-rate practice facilities, there is always something to challenge you, whatever your age and whatever your level.

If you want to learn how to play golf or improve your skills, La Manga Club is just the right place as well. Our golf academy provides group and private tuition of the highest standards for all levels, from complete beginners to the most experienced players, as well as special junior golf academy courses for children and teens.

Over its almost 40 years of history, the resort has hosted many top-level international golf tournaments and tour qualifying schools including five Spanish Opens; the European Ladies Team Championship; Spanish PGA, Seniors’, Ladies’ and Junior Championships; Ladies European Tour Q-School; and the World Corporate Golf Challenge, as well as countless corporate, celebrity and charity golf events.

Year built 1971
Designer/s Robert D. Putman (Sur y Norte), Dave Thomas (La Princesa)
Manager Pedro Sánchez
President José Antonio Castro Sousa
Greenkeeper José-Luis Calle
Golf professional Anthony McCarthy
Dificultad del Recorrido 3/5
Aprox. tee interval 9 min.
Buggy recommended Not necessary
Buggy allowed in fairway No
Maximum handicap (man) 28
Maximum handicap (woman) 36
Club hire from 52€
Buggy from 53€
Trolleys from 9€
Electric Trolleys from 22€
Open to non-members Yes
Driving Range Yes
Nearby airport

Opinions and reviews

Global rating
3.36 /5
Ratio value/price
Received treatment
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Kelvin oliver
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.25 /5

  • Date 17/08/2017
Played on 16 August 2017 on south course. It took 3 hours to play 8 holes . Waited at every shot with players queuing behind me. I eventually gave up and walked off. I did suggest to the reception that if the course was that busy they should suggest players use one of the other two. Not an enjoyable mornings golf nor good value for money !
Daniel Schultz
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    2 /5

  • Date 29/09/2014
The greens and aprons were in a dreadful condition. Big clumps of cut grass all over greens. Staff not very helpful and some very rude.
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.75 /5

  • Date 17/04/2014
West course: 44€ for green fee and launch, great. Course great layout, difficult, have to know it, some blind holes but playable. Small not fancy, local stile clubhouse. Negative: 8€ for ordinary trolley, 45€ for buggy. A lot of dress code signs, also marshal on the course telling to a player that shorts with side pockets are not allowed, but then no towels to wash after a round!!!! Oops! 20€ for bottle of house wine and more than 3€ for a coke……
Pam vincent
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    4 /5

  • Date 12/11/2009
Just returned from La Manga Club and thought it was superb. 3 good courses, the south being the jewel in the crown. Hyatt Hotel was lovely but not cheap, found great local agent Design Holidays from whom we rented a lovely villa for half the price of hotel. We will return. Pam Vincent
Tony Holmes
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.25 /5

  • Date 04/02/2009
Three courses to chose from:- WEST- Lovely, through Pines, not long but requires good course management, my favourite. NORTH - Well laid out a course for all abilities. SOUTH - Championship length, wide open fairways, favours the big hitters. Altogether, three really good,well mantained golf courses - all located in one facility. If noyhing else do play the WEST - It WILL make or break your day!