The Golf Course
- 6.070 meters
- Par 71
- 4 tees at each hole
Information on course
Holes on the course
Hoyo 1Par 4
The course starts with a wide-open fairway and a bunker on the left, which slightly increases the difficulty level. The wide green has a strong slope.
Hoyo 2Par 4
The most difficult hole on the course. The tee shot is tough due to an out of bounds on the left and a small forest to the right. The green is also protected by two large bunkers, making this hole a real challenge for all players.
Hoyo 3Par 4
Hole with a dogleg to the left and a lateral hazard that players will have to avoid on the second shot. The green is flanked by three bunkers.
Hoyo 4Par 5
The course’s first par 5. The fairway features a hazard on the right and an out of bounds on the left. There is a tight landing zone off the tee at the fall of the drive, while the long and narrow green is slightly elevated.
Hoyo 5Par 4
One of the toughest holes on the course. A dogleg to the left and the iconic cork oak that grows in the middle of the fairway calls for players to make a do-or-die first shot. The green is protected by a bunker on its left.
Hoyo 6Par 3
The course’s first par 3 features an elevated tee. A long and difficult hole due to the hazards placed right before the green and also to the right. Two-tiered green with left and right bunkers.
Hoyo 7Par 5
Par 5 that ends with a dogleg to the right. The entire right side of the fairway is protected by a hazard that crosses in front of the green, while an out of bounds sits to the left. Placing the ball on the small green surrounded by two bunkers demands the player’s skill.
Hoyo 8Par 4
This Par 4 is not very long. Its difficulty lies in the first shot with which you must pass the large frontal water hazard and avoid a bunker that resides on the left of the fairway. The second shot to reach the green is frank, but difficult due to its two platforms and huge slopes.
Hoyo 9Par 3
Par 3 with a large pond surrounding the green to the right and back and a bunker defending the front. Players may have to use a wood off the tee when the region’s famous Tramontana wind is blowing.
Hoyo 10Par 4
Avoiding the out of bounds on either side of the fairway and two bunkers makes this hole a challenge.
Hoyo 11Par 4
Continuously slanting hole with a flat, blind green guarded by a bunker to the left.
Hoyo 12Par 3
This challenging hole calls for players to avoid the five bunkers that protect a large green.
Hoyo 13Par 5
The course’s longest par 5. With a total distance of 512 meters and a wide fairway, this hole is where long drivers can shine. A two-tiered green is well-guarded by a large bunker on the left. In short, a true challenge for any player.
Hoyo 14Par 3
Short hole that demands a well-placed tee shot on the green for the best chance to make par. Bunkers surrounding the green make the hole even more challenging.
Hoyo 15Par 4
The course’s longest par 4 and one of its most difficult. Flanked by a cork oak forest on either side of the fairway, the green is well-defended by a bunker on the right.
Hoyo 16Par 4
Tough par 4 with a hazard that runs along the entire left side of the fairway, crossing it about 80 meters from the green, and a large pond between this hazard and the green.
Hoyo 17Par 5
The course’s last par 5. A long hazard on the left crosses the fairway on the approach to a green that is guarded by a wall of trees that make for a difficult third shot.
Hoyo 18Par 3
Players must face a tee shot of up to 214m on the par 3 final hole. The spectacular tee is located on an island within a lake. The green, wide and with two very accentuated platforms, is protected by two bunkers.
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