The Legend Valderrama

Valderrama Golf Club

Valderrama Golf Club

Valderrama

The Real Club Valderrama is extraordinary compared to other realized golf clubs in Europe. It is situated in the resort of Sotogrande, San Roque in the Andalusia area of southern Spain, a couple of miles from Gibraltar.

Tee Times Golf Agency had the delight to play the Real Club Valderrama and after numerous years venturing to the far corners of the planet with the incredible fortune to play golf we found that the golf course here is basically one of the absolute best we have ever had the chance to appreciate![...] read more

Alcaidesa Links Golf course as completed the renovation of hole four

Alcaidesa Links Golf course as completed the renovation of hole four

Alcaidesa Links Golf course as completed the renovation of hole four

Recently, the reform of the fourth hole of the Alcaidesa Links Golf course, a performance designed by Dave Thomas in 2005, designed and directed by acttua Golf Services, and executed by the construction company GTM Golf, institutional partner of the European Institute of Golf Course Designers, has been completed.[...] read more

Golfing in “Caliente” Spain

Golfing in Caliente Spain. Vincci Tenerife Golf

Golfing in Caliente Spain

Spain is one the most popular golfing destination in continental Europe, with 313 courses to choose from and a climate that can be relied upon year-round.
The coastal regions – the Costa Brava, the Costa del Sol, and, increasingly, the Costa de la Luz – are the most appealing for holiday golfers. The Balearic and Canary Islands have so much to offer too.
Don’t stay home this summer.
Malaga is a good gateway for many of the golf courses of Andalucia. The city is easy to reach from all Europe cities.
More than 50 courses to choose from along the Costa del Sol, the oldest of which – and the closest to the airport.
Every golfer has his favourite, but several of the Spanish courses regularly appear in lists of the best courses in Europe.
A golfing holiday doesn’t need to break the bank.
And wherever you decide to play there are ways of keeping costs down. If you are taking your own clubs with you on holiday, this might have a bearing on the airline you choose to use. Any of the low-cost airlines will charge extra to carry sporting equipment, in addition to normal check-in baggage charges. So, club hire sometimes is cheaper and you can choose your dream golf set to play with.
Many golf resorts also provide facilities for other activities to fill the hours when you are not on the course – or to occupy other members of the party who may not be golf aficionados.
A popular example of this is La Manga Club, which began life as a golf course in a residential development. Now it is a major resort covering an area the size of Monaco, with a five-star hotel, self-catering apartments, restaurants and bars, a spa, tennis facilities and three championship golf courses.[...] read more