Dear players,

We suffered further torrential rain overnight and more is forecast today. Unfortunately, the Old Course will not have recovered sufficiently for the Championship to be played tomorrow. Regrettably, we have made the decision to postpone the event until April 4 / 5.

We hope everyone will be able to play on these revised dates. We will hold the reservations for non-members for these dates, however if you are unable to play, please contact the Championship Office at to arrange a refund of your entry fees or a green fee voucher to play the Old Course on another day.

For players who have pre-paid the dinner fees, again we can hold these for the April date or if you wish, arrange a refund. If you prefer to receive a refund, please approach the restaurant staff.

We are sorry the weather has conspired against us this time, but look forward to welcoming everyone in April, when you will enjoy perfect playing conditions.

Best regards

The Championship Committee

Atalaya Golf & Country Club’s most important golfing event of the year is just around the corner! The 2020 von Limburger Open Championship will be held on Saturday and Sunday, the 25th and 26th of January. All federated amateurs are eligible to participate.

The two-day, 36-hole, Medal Play event has gained the reputation of being one of the Costa’s most prestigious annual golf tournaments and attracts a field of more than 100 competitors from all of Spain and Europe.

With a history that dates back more than 20 years, the tournament is always played on Atalaya’s championship Old Course to honour the memory of the course’s designer, Dr. Bernard von Limburger. To this day Dr. von Limburger is universally recognised as Germany’s greatest golf course architect.

Each year the tournament offers challenging playing conditions and difficult pin positions to even the lowest of handicappers.

This year’s championship will culminate with dinner and a prize-giving ceremony after play on Sunday evening in Atalaya’s newly remodeled Ventanas de Atalaya restaurant. Thousands of Euros in prizes will be awarded to the tournament’s best players.

Long-term Atalaya member Philip Fisher was last year’s champion. Fisher carded a gross score of 162 over the tournament’s two demanding rounds.

This year’s all-inclusive, non-member entry fee is €125.00. Reservations are now open and can be made online at:

Reserve your spot today while space is still available. This event is a “sell out” every year.