Hole 3

Par 4. Hcp. 5
• 412m • 393m • 353m • 322m Good tee shot required. Aiming just inside the right fairway bunker normally leaves a long iron second. A fairway bunker awaits the miss-hit shot and a bunker guards the left side of the green.

Hole 2

Par 3. Hcp. 7
• 191m • 154m • 145m • 138m A tough par 3. When the pin is in the front, accuracy is imperative as the green narrows at this point. When the pin is in the middle or back be sure to take enough club, as a deep bunker awaits anything short.

Hole 1

Par 4. Hcp. 15
• 355m • 309m • 270m • 265m A straight uphill hole to start. A driver or 3 wood should leave a direct short iron into the green. The bunker should not come into play.

New Course__18 Holes. Par 71__

• 5142m • 5044m • 4356m 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. It would be fair to say that, in general, hazards are obvious but still manage to trap the unwary. Care is needed off the tees and the wild hitter will soon encounter difficulties. (+)

Old Course__18 Holes. Par 72__

• 6146m • 5860m • 5034m 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. (+)