Los Naranjos Golf Club
Robert Trent Jones regarded this as one of his best achievements in Europe, and certainly is a championship course. With large undulating greens (recently been refurbished with Penn A4 grass), wide streets and water in play on several holes, the layout is a real challenge for all handicap levels. With greens in perfect conditions and a continuous programme of improvements in the field of play,
The tees are long and have four positions: red, yellow, white and black, with field lengths ranging from 5.131 to 6.532 meters, for a total of 18 holes, par 72.
Its name comes from the large number of orange trees that populate its fairways. The course underwent major transformations during his second term, in which major international tournaments held. Indeed, Los Naranjos has hosted several major golf events since its inauguration in 1977, including Marbella Ladies Open and PGA Professional Championship, and is ranked as one of the best courses in Spain. Los Naranjos was voted "Golf Course of the Year" of the Costa del Sol 2005 and 2008.
A few years ago the course experiences some changes, with a new clubhouse and some reforms in its streets. Although these are large, like the bunkers, the course is not easy and requires long shots and well placed, ensuring his players fun for the peculiarity of the holes and the difference between the first nine holes and the last ones.