Chief among them is Valderrama which, in any poll of the best courses in continental Europe is always in the top-three, and invariably number one.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones, it was already a good course before being bought by Jaime Ortiz-Patino, who was determined to see it host a Ryder Cup, so he reversed the two nines, spent millions of pounds and enhanced a masterpiece, which is always in immaculate condition.
There aren’t too many hills, so walking is not a problem, but as virtually all the fairways are narrow and lined by cork trees, accuracy is a must.
Many of the greens are elevated, so you need to be equally as precise with your approach shots as you are from the tee.
Large bunkers everywhere, and water in play on the 5 th, 11th and 17th, all add up to a memorable, magnificent challenge.
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