Cortijo Grande, Almeria, Spain

  • Rating: Rating: 3.0  (1 reviews)
  • Opened: 1990
  • Holes: 9
  • Type: Parkland
  • Length: 2181 meters
  • Par: 36
  • SSS: 33
  • Slope: 0
  • Green Fees: €20 (9 hole); €27 (18 hole)
  • Offers: Contact club directly for any special promotions.
  • Location: Turre, Almeria
  • Tel No: 950 47 91 76
  • Website: Visit Website


El Cortijo, which opened in 1976, is situated about 8 kilometres from the sea and west of the road between the N340 and Mojacar near Turre in Almeria. The resort is a low density residential development in the south-east corner of Andalucia which includes a 9-hole, par 36 golf course.  
The golf course is unique and is strongly recommended to those who enjoy a round of golf in natural surroundings and who can do without the luxury of demonstrated by the majority of golf resort in Andalucia. The course is set in the valley at the foot of the Sierra Cabrera and is laid out across lemon, orange and olive tree plantations right next to the small town. There is no real club house but the retaurant/bar next door more than delivers against the apres golf requirement.
Visitors are welcome., contact club to make arrangements.


No clubhouse but there is a bar and restaurant next door which is highly recommended.

Golfer's Reviews of Cortijo Grande:

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Average Rating Rating: 3.0     Number of Reviews: 1

Great holiday golf, 10 Jul 2012, by Arthur P, United Kingdom, Handicap: 18
Rating: 2.0
Quality of Course
Rating: 3.0
Practice Facilities
Rating: 2.0
Value for Money
Rating: 5.0
This is a great, unpretentious but challenging course for those who don't mind a bit of back-to-basics; scrappy fairways but fantastic greens and very reasonably priced / cheap- July 2012, €20 per person, trolley hire €5.  It's very well hidden-  we knew where it was on the map but it still took ages to find! (When you find a sign that says "Parking" near the residential site office , you're there! It's a bit of a one- horse operation, with no clubhouse or shop, and the second time we played, there was a sign on the door explaining we could pay on the course, which we did.  It's nine holes which are played twice.  It is set in the mountains and quite undulating. The greens were excellent, a little spongy which meant the borrow wasn't as great as you might think, but a fantastic surface.  The fairways are not great, very dry and sparse coverage, so we played winter rules, as it was for fun and we were on holiday! Bunkers have some cursory sand in them, but frequently grass! There are no dull holes and we thoroughly enjoyed it. If you want a fun, cheap round and magnificent scenery, this is definitely worth a visit. (We didn't need handicap certificates).

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