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Situated in the hills above the city of Murcia, the Dave Thomas designed course is notable for it´s strategic use of water, which comes into play particularly on the 9th and 18th holes.
A challenging course for players of all abilities.
Altorreal is a semi-private 18 hole championship course which opened in 1994, the course has a great variety of trees including olives, carobs and pines and some superb mountain scenery.
This course is situated just a few kilometres from the provincial capital of Murcia and one hour from Alicante airport. The course was designed in the shape of two 9-hole curves which start and finish at the same point. Its main feature is the uneven greens and the main difficulty lies in the bunkers which flank them. You will need to hit a very accurate drive if you want to keep out of the bunkers and make birdie. The most difficult hole on this round is without doubt the par-5 6th, which is the longest of all. The presence of water on the 9th and 18th means you will have to take the utmost precautions and will need to concentrate totally on the game if you do not want to go over par.
Director of Golf: Don Joaquín Serrano Aragón
Professionals: Don Antonio Parrón
Competition President: Don Fernando López-Lerrizar
18 holes, Par 72
Par White 6,239 m, VC 74.4, Slope 134, Par 72
Par Yellow 6,036 m, VC 73.2, Slope 136 Par 72
Par Blue 5,493 m, VC 77.0, Slope 135 Par 72
Par Red 5,157 m, VC 74.7, Slope 134, Par 72
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Information and Reservations:
Advanced booking recommended. Proof of handicap necessary. Soft Spikes: compulsory Club de Golf Altorreal
Urb. Altorreal Avda. del Golf Parcela: CD-O
30500 Molina de Segura, MurciaBook with Club Murcia for a Green Fee of 47 € Online Reservation
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Altorreal Golf Course is situated 10 km northwest of the city of Murcia. For printable details, please visit our Directions to the Golf Courses
Summer Opening Hours 08:30 - 20:00
Winter Opening Hours 08:30 - 18:00
Low Season 15/06 - 01/09
High Season 02/09 - 14/06
Pitching green, putting green, driving range, restaurant, parking, clubhouse, dressing rooms, showers, sauna, shop and individual or collective tuition. Rental: trolleys, electric trolleys, buggies and clubs.Course Information:
Altorreal Course Comment by Pablo
A challenging 6,200m 18 hole course situated only a few kilometres north west of the city of Murcia. Within a comfortable 60 minute drive from Los Belones, Cartagena. The Course was designed by Dave Thomas, who designed the West Course at La Manga Club. The Course covers an area of two 9 hole courses which both begin and end at the same point.
It is a Par 72 Course with 6 lake areas and many sand traps! In summary eleven Par 4 holes; three Par 3; four Par 5; in a natural environment with more than 20,000 trees including olive, pine and carob trees. Golf equipment, golf school, bags and caddie cars can be hired.
The Club has a very pleasantly appointed Club House with Café Bar Restaurant to offer you that all important post round refreshment.
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Published on: 2006-09-27 (13307 reads)[ Go Back ]