Alcaidesa Heathland Course
Alcaidesa Heathland is one of 2 courses at the Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort.
Designed by former Ryder Cup player Dave Thomas, the Heathland Course offers a variety of natural scenery and views of the Mediterranean.
18 holes par 72, length 6,373m.
Facilities at the resort include a 72 bay driving range, a spacious practice area with putting green, bunkers and a short game area and a Club House with café, bar and restaurant service, WiFi and spacious terraces.
Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort has a second course – Alcaidesa Links
Long, undulating, with a keen price point. A perfect vacation course.
Opened – 2007
Designer – Dave Thomas
Handicap – Men 34, Ladies 36
Par – 72
Greens – Pencross
Fairways – Bermuda and Ryegrass
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|Length (m)||Course Rating||Bogey Rating||Slope Rating||Likely score to par|
Playing difficulty for scratch golfers; likely strokes taken
Playing difficulty for bogey golfers; likely strokes taken
Bogey male golfer has a handicap of 20, female 24
Relative playing difficulty for bogey v scratch golfers
Minimum slope = 55, maximum = 155, average = 113
The higher the slope the more difficult the course for bogey golfers
Likely score to par
For a bogey golfer, based on the course par and its bogey rating
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Services & Facilities
Large beer €4
Cafe con leche €1.8
Resident golf pro
Power trolley rental
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Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort, Crta. N 340, Km 124,6, 11315 La Linea-Cádiz, Spain
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