The West Course at La Manga is a demanding game.  Designed by Dave Thomas it is buried deep in a pine forest at the foot of the Calblanque Natural Park.  The front nine demand accurate driving while the back nine is more open but equally challenging.

The South course at La Manga is considered one of the best courses in Spain.  Originally designed by Robert Dean Putman in 1971 it was remodelled in 2005 by Arnold Palmer.  The South course has been the venue for many professional tournaments. The front nine are particularly challenging with two long par 3s. The par 4s find you weaving between lakes and bunkers.  The back nine is shorter but you’ll need your wits about you as you play the dog legs.

La Manga North course is the most accessible course of the three.  Designed by Robert Dean Putman in 1971 it is by no means easy.  It has tight fairways and larger greens.  The good news is it’s not too long at 5,771 m off the whites and a par 71 off all the tees.