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The hillier pair of the four nines at El Prat combine to create an almost 'adventure-golf' course that is thrilling to look at and enthralling to play. Mr. Norman is not afraid of gently pushing the golfing design boundaries!Real El Prat - Azul (Piscina & Bosque) Architect: G. Norman (1997). 18 holes: 6,187m: par 72.
The flatter of the two nines combine to create a stylish modern layout through tall pines where huge bunkers form the main obstacle in your quest to reach the large rolling Greens.Vallromanes Architect: F. Hawtree (1968). 18 holes: 6,044m: par 72.
The most hidden of golfing gems, Vallromanes is an ancient beauty secreted away in the forests northeast of Barcelona. Classical golfing around a majestic 400 year-old Clubhouse: simply sumptuous.
Sant Cugat Architect: H.S. Colt (1914). 18 holes: 5,050m: par 69.
A shortish course that has neverthless hosted the Spanish Open in days of yore (and gave Seve his first job as a Pro). The complicated layout has many twists and turns and some sharp dog-legs so distance control is the key here.La Roca Architect: A. Viador (2006). 18 holes: 6,000m: par 71.
A commercial Club (next door to the La Roca Outlet Shopping Village) with a highly entertaining course on easy-going terrain that straddles the Vallfornés river, which is brought into play here and there. Small modern Clubhouse with a big welcome for visitors!Masia Bach Architect: J-M. Olazabal (1990). 18 holes: 6,271m: par 72.
A grand residential scheme with a huge course (buggies available) that swoops and climbs around the hillsides with some stunning holes and views. Currently a little short on investment but worthy of a game nevertheless.Llavaneras Architect: F. Hawtree (1945). 18 holes: 5,024m: par 70.
Mr. Hawtree has done his best with some tricky land, terracing many holes into the hillside above the town and coast: miss a Fairway and you will be literally scrambling!