La Manga

If there were one sport that distinguishes La Manga Club as one of the best sports resorts in the world, it would have to be golf.

In recognition of its 45 years of existence and thanks to the quality of its facilities and its wide offer of services, the resort’s golf club has been granted in 2017 the title of  “Real Golf La Manga Club” by The Royal Household of Spain. This high distinction has been been possible thanks to the invaluable support of the Royal Spanish Golf FederationGolf Federation of the Region of Murcia and Regional Government of the Region of Murcia.

The resort is home to three 18-hole golf courses, each with its own particular style

The South Course – has been the venue for many major professional tournaments, including several Spanish Opens, PGA Championships, for both men and women.

At almost 6,500 metres from the white tees, it has water hazards on 15 of its 18 holes, wide fairways and a good combination of short and long holes.

The front nine are particularly challenging with two par 3s in excess of 200 metres and some daunting par 4s, which call for accurate driving between lakes and bunkers. The back nine, although shorter, has a number of intriguing dog-leg holes.

White Tees Yellow Tees Blue Tees Red Tees
6,499 m 6,127 m 5,739 m 5,139 m
Course rating 74,3 Course rating 72,5 Course rating 76,7 Course rating 73,2
Slope rating 138 Slope rating 134 Slope rating 141 Slope rating 129
Par 73 Par 73 Par 73 Par 73

The North Course – Palm trees, lakes and natural storm gullies known as ‘barrancos’ are key features of the North Course, which is slightly shorter than the South, with tighter fairways and larger greens.

The ideal course for all types of players.

White Tees Yellow Tees Blue Tees Red Tees
5,755 m 5,426 m 5,187 m 4,962 m
Course rating 71 Course rating 69 Course rating 73,3 Course rating 71,9
Slope rating 132 Slope rating 131 Slope rating 139 Slope rating 132
Par 71 Par 71 Par 71 Par 71

The West Course – with its frequent changes in elevation, offers a different set of challenges. The front nine demand accurate driving to avoid the ‘barrancos’ (natural storm gullies), while the back nine, up amongst the hills, are more open but nonetheless challenging.

White Tees Yellow Tees Blue Tees Red Tees
5,714 m 5,521 m 5,130 m 4,724 m
Course rating 73,5 Course rating 72,4 Course rating 75,2 Course rating 72,7
Slope rating 140 Slope rating 139 Slope rating 141 Slope rating 135
Par 72 Par 72 Par 72 Par 72

There have been numerous golf awards that La Manga Club has won over the years, including Best Hotel/Golf Resort in Spain for the fifth consecutive year, by the readers of Today’s Golfer. It has also been chosen as the venue for top level tournaments such as the Spanish Open and Spanish PGA championships.

The West Course has recently been included in the Top 100 best courses in Europe and all three courses included among the 40 best in Spain.


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