Golf de Pals

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Golf de Pals, set amid a vast pine grove overlooking the white sandy beach of Pals, is the oldest course on the Costa Brava.

Designed by Fred W. Hawtree, from Britain, the course will thrill every type of golfer, from absolute beginners to proficient experts.

The first holes are quite short, with narrow fairways, gentle doglegs, extremely deep bunkers protecting the greens and venerable pine trees lining the fairways, requiring golfers to make extremely accurate shots.

From hole 12 onwards, the holes are longer and more continental in style. The fairways are broader and the greens more generous.

With five par fives, nine par fours and four par threes, it is one of the few par 73 courses in Catalonia.

During its 50-year-long history, Golf de Pals has hosted numerous domestic and European professional and amateur tournaments. Particularly worthy of mention is the fact that the PGA European Tour began at Golf de Pals when the 46th Spanish Open was held here in 1972.

Near to a varied accommodation and restaurant offer, the golf course has direct access to the La Costa Golf & Beach Resort**** & Apartaments Golf.

TOURNAMENTS

1972 - Open of Spain (Open Circuit PGA Professional)

1994 - Heineken Open Catalonia (Open Circuit PGA Professional)

1996 - International Amateur Championship of Spain Male - Copa SM El Rey

2000 - Women's International Championship of Spain - Copa SM La Reina

2002 - Peugeot Oki - Tour of Spain

2005 - European Final Catalonia Ladies Masters

2008 - International Amateur Championship of Spain Male - Copa SM The King

2010 - International Amateur Championship of Spain - Copa SM Women La Reina

ENVIRONMENT

Environmentally friendly measures: Member of AUDUBON.

Contact

Golf de Pals
Ctra. del Golf, 64
17256 Pals (El Baix Empordà)

Telephone: (+34) 972 667 739
Fax: (+34) 972 636 799
E-mail:
Website: golfdepals.com

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Year of opening

1966

Designer

F. G. Hawtree

Handicap

36 homes · 36 dones

Number of holes

18

Par

73

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