Wrapped around El Hacho beacon hill overlooking the Mediterranean to Africa, La Duquesa is one of the most complete clubs on the coast, with tennis, squash, gym, sauna, jacuzzi, bowls, yacht harbour and, of course, golf. In true Trent Jones style it is a demanding club with abundant vegetation, difficult rough and large greenside bunkers, requiring concentration and straight driving. The front nine start off eastwards then double back to finish with a long par five. A pretty hole is the 4th, a par four wich may interfere with your card. At the spectacular 17th, just 129 metres from tee to green but 30 metres straight down, beware of the wind especially if the Poniente is blowing from the West. The 18th, a par five, finishes in front of the clubhouse where the green is bordered by a large pond inhabited by ducks and geese.
Profesional name: Bartolomé Quirós Segura
General informationNumber of holes: 18 Par: 72 President: Tomas Arenal Ibañez Director: Andrés Moncayo Espinosa Designer: Robert Trent Jones Inauguration date: 1986
- 6067 m
- 5310 m
- 5763 m
- 5004 m