San Roque Golf Club

78%
Rating

About the Club

San Roque sits where the Sierra Bermeja mountains sweep down to the sea and offers two equally difficult but contrasting challenges.
The Old Course was laid out by Dave Thomas and opened in 1990 but Seve Ballesteros has subsequently been called in to re-design the bunkers and what you will probably remember above all else is their enormous size.
Fairways are narrow, tree-lined and often sloping, so accuracy from the tee is paramount. The front nine offers mountain views, while on the inward half you can look out over the sea, including views of Gibraltar.
The New Course was designed by Perry Dye and Seve Ballesteros and although at first glance it seems more open and parkland in feel, it requires the same degree of precision as its older brother – Ballesteros is not an architect who gives too much away, every par or birdie has to be earned.
The bunkers often come in clusters, nestled together around the enormous greens, which themselves can be card-wreckers. The stand out hole is the steeply downhill par three 4th, played across a chasm.
You cannot be short or left but the pleasure in getting it right and finding the green is considerable.

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Old Course
SCORE: 103 SP: 26

Courses & Scorecards

Old Course

This amazing course is the pride of the club, the enjoyment of it is reserved for members only except for the daily public periods when the general public can make use of this amazing fairways for a premium rate of 160€ per green fee.

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72/72
PAR
71
SSS
7101
YARDS
138
SLOPE
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
1
4
4
5
357
2
4
4
7
390
3
3
3
15
143
4
4
4
13
330
5
5
5
9
440
6
4
4
1
401
7
3
3
11
176
8
4
4
3
362
9
5
5
17
436
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
10
5
5
8
463
11
4
4
2
384
12
4
4
4
347
13
4
4
10
397
14
3
3
18
153
15
4
4
12
314
16
3
3
16
174
17
5
5
14
487
18
4
4
6
380

New Course

The New Course was created by Perry Dye in 2003. It is set on beautiful natural terrain with many scenic views. The difference between Old and New is mostly in the Dye-family shaping: big, steep bunkering, larger greens and railroad sleepers. The course resembles a Links in many areas although it is a Parkland course. The New Course was the venue for the Spanish Open in 2006 and the Qualifying School Finals from 2003 – 2007.

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72/72
PAR
71
SSS
7105
YARDS
136
SLOPE
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
1
4
4
13
365
2
5
5
15
473
3
4
4
9
316
4
3
3
7
164
5
4
4
17
334
6
4
4
5
316
7
5
5
1
513
8
3
3
11
188
9
4
4
3
372
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
10
4
4
16
318
11
5
5
2
515
12
4
4
18
279
13
3
3
14
160
14
4
4
4
403
15
4
4
8
377
16
5
5
10
433
17
3
3
12
166
18
4
4
6
387

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