San Roque Golf Old Course
Surrounded by lush hills and historic cork oak woods, the picturesque San Roque Golf Old Course offers golfers challenging yet enjoyable round. This exclusive venue opened its doors back in 1991 and was designed by the legendary Dave Thomas, whose Old Course has been named as one of the top 5 courses in Spain numerous times over the years. The club was formerly the summer residence of the Domecq sherry-making family and has since played host to the Spanish Open in 2005 and 2006 as well as the European Tour Qualifying School Finals from 1993 to 2007.
The first nine holes wind through cork oaks while the back nine are dominated by water hazards.
The 18th hole can either make or break your game, adding a memorable finish to what could be some of the most beautiful 18 holes you will ever play.
San Roque Golf New Course
San Roque’s new course opened in 2003 and was designed by Perry Dye and Seve Ballesteros and boasts many of their trademark features. It has blossomed into a renowned and respected course which can hold court with the best in the area.
It is a challenge for low handicap golfers, but with five different tee positions and fairways that are wider than those on the old course, it is also possible for higher handicap players to enjoy. Nevertheless, the course is designed to reward canny tactics and skilful drive placement. Water hazards guard 4 of the greens, also defended by more than 100 bunkers.
When it comes to breath-taking scenery and ambience, the San Roque Club has it in spades. As well as the obvious exclusivity, membership at San Roque will bring you a rare sense of belonging to something of a ‘family’ of privileged golfers – a great way for new expatriates to feel at home. The natural beauty of the area, historic clubhouse, two championship 18 hole courses, equestrian centre, tennis and paddle courts and gymnasium make it one of Spain’s top clubs.
The San Roque Club
11360 San Roque (Cadiz)
Tel.: (+34) 956 613 030
Fax: (+34) 956 613 012
How to find
From the A-7 Exit Km 127. Turn off the main road into the club’s private road. Just 1 km uphill to the clubhouse.