Santana Golf is an 18 Hole golf course par 72 of approximately 6.207 metres in length, set in 138 acres of picturesque parkland. The course, laid out by the architect Cabell B. Robinson, is set in a former avocado plantation. The final result is a magnificent course with wide and well defined fairways on level terrain, hence easily walkable, where water features play an important albeit not excessive part in the overall design.
Each hole has two championship tees and two tees for general play for both men and ladies. Buggy paths are provided throughout the course, beautifully integrated between the rows of fruit trees.
The long Par-4 18th is one of the most demanding finishing holes along the coast according to the designer, with the lake along the right hand side and a narrow approach to the green. The 4th hole can only be defined with one word: spectacular. One of the most outstanding features of Santana Golf is without a doubt the variety in design, as each and every hole is differentiated by its own characteristics.