Sotogrande-Old, Cadiz - Robert Trent Jones Golf CourseRobert Trent Jones Golf Courses

Sotogrande-Old, Cadiz

Paseo del parque s/n
San Roque
11310 Cádiz

Real Club de Golf Sotogrande was the first European course designed by the famous golf architect Robert Trent Jones and since its inauguration in 1964, it is considered to be among the Top 100 Courses in the World and one of the 5 best in Europe.

The Real Club de Sotogrande has marvellous 18-hole course and one of 9 par-3’s, but its most outstanding feature is its natural beauty, and the wonderful climate which makes it possible to play all year round. Other facilities include practice areas with pitching and putting greens, swimming pool, paddle tennis and tennis courts.

Sotogrande-Old, Cadiz - Robert Trent Jones Golf CourseThe variety of vegetation which gives this course a very special feeling; it is covered by cork trees, pines and eucalyptus which apart from adding beauty to the course can make for quite a tricky round.

The course is situated in Sotogrande, in Cádiz, and offers views out over the sea. The main hazards on the course, apart from the trees, are the big lakes, where the water will significantly complicate the game and makes this an extremely entertaining round.

The course has been the venue for the Jerez Cup International Tournament since 1969. There is a wide variety of accommodation in the vicinity of the course as this is an area which attracts a lot of tourism.

Location:

The Club de Golf de Sotogrande is located inside the residential estate of the same name. It is one of the most important courses on the Costa del Sol, and together with the San Roque and Valderrama course it forms golf’s so-called "Golden Triangle". It is only 10 minutes from Gibraltar’s international airport and 1 hour from Malaga airport.
To get there you have to take the N-340 Cadiz-Malaga road, and turn off at Km 130 to Sotogrande. The club is 25 km from Gibraltar.