Aloha Golf Club Marbella
Aloha has hosted the PGA Tour 3 times between 2007 and 2012 and the LET Spanish Open in 2016 and is one of the top courses in Spain.
A parkland course of Par 72 it is laid out in the traditional way with 4 par 5’s, 10 par 4’s and 4 par 3’s distributed evenly between the two nines. The par 3’s are extremely tough, featuring as the strongest holes in all PGA Tour events.
At 6,293m (6,882 yards), from the white markers, the course requires accuracy from the tee and a good touch around the greens.
The course undulates through trees and lakes with outstanding views of ‘La Concha’ mountain and the Mediterranean Sea.
The course designer, Javier Arana, further enhanced the playing experience by planting a wide range of trees and shrubs that provide beautiful displays of colour throughout the year.
Although a private members’ club, a limited number of visitor green fees are available. Visitors are welcomed not just tolerated. There’s generally a light footfall, resulting in a course that is invariably presented in immaculate condition.