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Enjoy 5 of the best Murcia golf courses

Last updated on February 19th, 2020 at 01:19 am.

What makes Murcia golf courses such a fantastic destination for your favourite sport? For one, you can take advantage of great weather all year round at just a stone’s throw from spectacular beaches. Also, there are 22 different golf courses in Murcia, Spain. This fact alone makes the region of Murcia one of the best destinations in Spain to improve your swing. 

Murcia boasts sun for most of the year and enjoys temperatures averaging 19°C. As any keen golfer will know, this makes for some of the best conditions to play the game. Furthermore, Murcia’s golf courses have been designed by some of the sport’s finest course architects, including Jack Nicklaus and Manuel Piñero. 

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To help you get through the maze, we have compiled a list of the top 5 unmissable Murcia golf courses. 

1. La Manga

La Manga is probably the most famous golf course in Murcia. Its three courses, Campo Oeste, Campo Norte and Campo Sur have welcomed players from all around the world since 1975. It is known for its challenging greens that require patience, skill and nerve. Campo Oeste, in particular, is notable for its stunning views, fast fairways and challenging changes in elevation.

2. La Serena 

La Serena is a popular course designed by Manuel Piñero, the celebrated Spanish golfer. This full 18-hole course demands total concentration from its players, owing to its many hazards such as water and sand. It also boasts a strong selection of driving ranges alongside an excellent restaurant and clubhouse only minutes from the coast. 

3. La Torre

Designed by the renowned Jack Nicklaus, La Torre features 18 holes among wide fairways, large lakes and extraordinary mountain views. It offers tranquillity and ease of access while being surrounded by restaurants, cafes and high-end accommodation. Of all the Murcia golf courses, La Torre is known for its openness to less experienced players. However, it still has challenging areas for those that know the game well.

4. El Valle

El Valle has been the choice of various tournaments, hosting the European School Tour and the Spanish Professional Competition. Its natural setting leaves it surrounded by striking limestone rocks, deep sandpits and flowing waterfalls. Its two lakes, desert flora and challenging fairways attract experienced golfers looking to hone their skills. It is not a long course, so instead offers opportunities for players to earn points through taking difficult or impressive shots.

5. Alhama

Alhama is another of the Murcia golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, from back in 2009. It has since been selected as his signature course in Spain and it is easy to see why. A course that tests the wits of any golfer, it features four large lakes, numerous bunkers and fantastically smooth fairways. It is open to the elements making it a challenging, but beautifully rewarding game each time.

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22 opportunities to get out there and play

As a golfing destination, Murcia does not yet have the popularity of its Scottish or American counterparts. However, this means that it is a great time to begin visiting the area to find out what it has to offer. Of course, after a long day of golf, the city of Murcia has a range of world-class restaurants and activities to enjoy. With the guidance of Ábaco Advisers, you can find a home near all 22 fabulous golf courses in Murcia, Spain.

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