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Parador de Malaga Golf
The Club de Campo requires strength and strategy to navigate the stands of well-established trees and natural lagoons. Although flat with wide fairways, the trees make things more difficult. The 12th hole is a good example of this lurking danger.
Also known as the Parador - it belongs to the state-run hotel chain - is the oldest course on the Spanish mainland. Designed by Tom Simpson in 1925, the flat, links-style layout was extensively refurbished before it staged the 2000 Turespaña Masters on the European Tour won by local hero Miguel Ángel Jiménez. One kilometre from Málaga International airport.
Address: Autovía Málaga-Algeciras, salida Coín-Aeropuerto. 29004 Málaga.
Directions: going on the highway from Marbella, go past Torremolinos and take the exit baring the name of the golf course.
If you are going in the coastal highway, turn off at the Churriana interchange. Map
Less than ten minutes from Malaga Airport, this luxury hotel blends great golfing with an authentic Andalusian feel and fantastic sea views. It sits beside its own magnificent and historic 18-hole golf course and has a magnificent outdoor swimming pool.