The bare description, that Aloha is neither too hilly or flat, nor overlong or exceptionally short, would imply that it is a middle-of-the-road nonentity, but that would be wrong, for it is an extremely enjoyable test.
It was designed by Javier Arana, one of Spain’s most prestigious architects and its opening in 1975 is regarded as the starting point for Spain’s subsequent golfing boom.
Tee shot accuracy is paramount and while Aloha is not brutally long, careful placement is essential in order to score well and if you consistently miss the fairways, you could be in for a long and expensive day.
The problems don’t end when you get to the greens either, as many are multi-tiered, and as a consequence can be lightning fast, so four-putting is not unusual.
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