Challenging golf courses in Majorca
Most of the fields around the world include paradisiac sceneries where people can be happy and satisfied in contact with nature and getting all advantages of practicing this sport. However, golf courses in Majorca are the maximum delicious experience you can have. Nowadays this zone is considered one of the greatest golfing holiday destinations in Europe, due to its climate which is warm and sunny good part of the year.
Besides it is named that way thanks to its exquisite collection of astonishing and challenging golf landscapes. The total amount of them is twenty. Tourists and non-members, in general, can choose any of them to practice and delight in the splendorous atmosphere. Nevertheless, there are eleven official standard fields for professionals and international tournaments.
What makes Majorca courses special?
The first reason is the place has something to offer for one and all. The alternatives vary from 9-hole options for beginners to award-winning ones, which defy even to expert golfers. Among the prestigious competitions held there we can find the Spanish Professional Championship, the Balearic Islands Trophy and the Challenge H.R.H. Count of Barcelona, just to mention selected of them.
The terrains are located in gorgeous zones, commonly with oceanic and/or mountain sights. Many of them are 18-hole alternatives, but it is possible to find some with half of the size, including moderately friendly to the cruelly difficult ones. Several of the bigger ones offer the complete package with luxury and modern hotels in the vicinity. Additionally, they could have reduced green fees and other advantages to create an ultimate golfing experience.
What about Alcanada Golf Club?
It is situated in the north of Majorca, near Alcudia Bay, possessing a landscape plenty of pine and olive woods. It receives the name from the adjacent Alcanada Island and its lighthouse, which can be seen from the majority of the holes together with the Tramuntana Mountains. It qualifies as a very challenging 18-hole course and its almost 6500 meter layout combines naturally into the characteristic Majorcan scenery.
Alcanada was designed by the famous architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. It started to operate in 2003 and even though it is still a young field it has been at present acknowledged as one of the finest golf club in Spain and the continent by certain well-known publications. Also it was called the best course in Europe by an important German magazine for the fourth time continuously in 2012.
Come to Majorca and live a full and rewarding golfing experience. The courses, generally, work the whole year, even in winter. The venue is lovely and beautiful and moreover it is ready to receive its tourists in the best way. Do not forget the Mediterranean cuisine, prepared to satisfy the most demanding taste.