A 18 holes layout that has done much to enhance the growing reputation of architect Ramón Espinosa. It is a gem of a course located in a wide valley among mountains 6 km. away from the Mediterranean sea, and the subtly placed hazards make it tougher than you might think at first sight, although not to the point of scaring off the lesser players. The fairway and green-side bunkers are cleverly located and visible enough to help your game tactics. The course is sorrounded by a avriety of trees like olive trees, pine trees and carob trees. A few isolated trees call for elaborate shots, moving the ball both ways, and small ponds are in play on seven holes, thus completing a highly varied panoply of hazards. The greens, prepared at US Tour speeds (this is the home course of Sergio Garcia) are high-quality putting surfaces which are tough to read and require an excellent touch. An intelligent and honest course, this is a golfing arena for everyone. Being well-balanced and well-cared for, it is a course well worth recommeding for spending a great day out.
3D Course Flyover. Google Images Club de Campo del Mediterráneo
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