La Reserva Club de Golf
Designed by Cabell B Robinson
Difficulty: Difficult
18 hole, 72 par holes
Par White: 6.448 m, par 72
Par Yellow: 6.048 m, par 72
Par Red: 5.254 m, par 72

La Reserva Club de Golf:

La Reserva in Sotogrande is a relatively new arrival to the Costa del Sol golf scene, designed by Cabell B. Robinson and opening in 2004. It has quickly earned a reputation as a very high quality course, with excellent facilities and service for the discerning golfer and further cemented Sotogrande’s image as a golf paradise. In its relatively short history, it has hosted a number of high profile tournaments including the European Nations Cup and the Spanish Copa del Rey. This is a generous golf course at 7,400 meters long, with wide fairways, beautifully kept grass and stunning views. There are large greens, water hazards and plenty of bunkers on the fairways to add a challenge to the round. It is championship quality, but offers something for any player, although the mid-handicap player will enjoy it the most.

La Reserva prides itself on giving a 5* experience to its players and the Club House, with its pro-shop, changing rooms, steam rooms, gym, driving range, putting green, restaurant, champagne lounge and buggy bar. On site there is also tennis and padel club and a wonderful restaurant called L’Olive which is open from 8am for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Green fees reflect the quality of the course and the 5* service and attention to detail, with a 18 hole round with buggy costing 270€ per person.

What you need to know about La Reserva Club de Golf

  • 18 hole, 72 par
  • 7,400 yards
  • Designed by Cabell B Robinson
  • Maximum handicap – Men 28, women 34
  • Address – La Reserva Club de Golf, Avda. de la Reserva s/n, Sotogrande 11310, Spain
  • Website – lareservaclubsotogrande.com
  • Telephone – +34 956 78 52 52
  • Email – lareserva@sotogrande.com

 

Where to stay?

Sotogrande is on the Western Costa del Sol, close to Gibraltar and boasts four exceptional golf courses – Valderrama, Sotogrande, San Roque and La Reserva. It is also famous for polo and has a fantastic marina with great restaurants and cafes.

We recommend basing yourself in the Estepona area to play one or more of the Sotogrande courses, along with some lower cost courses. Estepona is a charming Spanish seaside town with a huge number of restaurants, great beaches and plenty to do. It has a modern marina with late night bars and the Old Town and Calle Real (the main restaurant street) buzzes with life late into the night.

Estepona is a great central location for golfers wanting to play a variety of courses from Sotogrande to Marbella. Estepona itself boasts 8 golf courses, and is just 15 minutes away from Nueva Andalucia and Marbella and 15 minutes from Sotogrande and its premium clubs. View our selection of Estepona vacation rentals here or book your accommodation and tee times on our website.





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