Las Colinas Golf & Country Club continues to develop a sustainability strategy with concrete actions linked to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Las Colinas Golf & Country Club

Las Colinas Golf & Country Club

Las Colinas Golf & Country Club joins the objectives set by the United Nations, necessary to build a better world from a social, environmental and economic perspective, developing a sustainability strategy with concrete actions linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

Water is a scarce and indispensable resource for life and is at the epicentre of sustainable development. For this reason, at Las Colinas Golf & Country Club the consumption of water is reduced by using recycled water for irrigation, both on the golf course and in common green areas. The wastewater generated in homes and offices is treated in its treatment plant, where regenerated water of sufficient quality is obtained for reuse in the irrigation of green areas. Additionally, to irrigate the golf areas in a more efficient way, intelligent bases are used for centralized irrigation control and automatic measurement equipment to measure the pH of the water and optimize its consumption.[...] read more

We Are Here For You

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Tee Times golf Agency – We Are Here For You

Dear golfer friends,
As soon as travel becomes safe and part of our daily lives, we expect there will be a lot of bookings for golf courses and Hotels where the sun continues to shine.
 That is why we want to give you a head start to book your next golf holiday in advance with complete flexibility and security.
  We continue to offer 100% refund for cancellations due to Covid-19. We are fully focused on what we can do for you, and we know we can offer you some great golf trips now and in the future![...] read more

Susana Ribeiro admits that 2020 was not a glorious year

Susana Ribeiro

Susana Ribeiro

Susana Ribeiro recognized that her international season was not the best

The former four-time national champion missed the cut at the Spanish Open and ended the season internationally.

A year after having had her best season ever, Susana Ribeiro experienced a troubled 2020, with just a few competitions, and, after missing the cut at the Spanish Open, in Marbella, she recognized that her international season was not the best.[...] read more