This course is not too difficult. The majority of the holes are flat and varied. Furthermore, the microclimate of Sitges, located on the Mediterranean coast, means that you can play with sunshine and good weather some 300 days a year. The first and last holes are the course’s most difficult. A stream and four small lakes give water an important role on the course, and the trees that border the fairways make some strokes more complicated.
Opened in: 1922
Designer: Mr.F. W. Hawtree, D. Manuel Piñero & Mr. Jim Fazio
Number of holes: 18
Information on services
Caddy, Cafe, Changing room, Club hire, Driving range, Football pitch, Golf club storage, Golf school, Gym, Meeting room, Paddle tennis, Pitching green, Play area for children, Practice range, Putting green, Restaurant, Swimming pool, Tennis court