With 36 Parkland holes, the Old and the New course in La Zagaleta settle in an astonishing background of Mediterranean forests with breathtaking views of the Alborán Sea, Africa and Gibraltar.

Both courses offer a dynamic design of doglegs, going either left or right, where hitting the fairways off the tee becomes vital in order to attack small but undulated greens from mid to short range. They are not long courses but they are very technical where a risk/reward strategy is present in many of its holes.

The peace, tranquility and silence is only broken occasionally by the sighting of a pheasant, a deer, buck or mouflon, permanent residents in La Zagaleta.

Old Course

Designed by the Californian architect Bradford Benz in 1991 and redesigned by Marc Westenborg in 2016, the Old Course integrates in perfect harmony the wildlife and vegetation of the environment. This has been the main objective of this prestigious American designer in tackling the La Zagaleta challenge.




New Course

Co-designed by Jonathan Gaunt & Steve Marnoch it is fair to say that this project has been extremely challenging embarking on the golf course shaping and landscape design. What has emerged is a stunning course (Opened in 2005), which our owner members and external members can enjoy for the future. Bringing services and facilities to an unprecedented level, La Zagaleta offers its club members its second and exclusive par 70 golf course.




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