Golf Platja de Pals, Costa Brava, Spain

  • Rating: Rating: 3.8  (1 reviews)
  • Opened: 1966
  • Holes: 18
  • Type: Parkland
  • Length: 6263 metres
  • Par: 72
  • SSS: 73
  • Slope: 0
  • Green Fees: Euro 60-76 (dependent on season)
  • Offers: Numerous discounts schemes. See website for detail.
  • Location: Girona, Costa Brava
  • Tel No: 972 636 006
  • Website: Visit Website


Golf Platja de Pals, designed by Fred Hawtree, was opened as a nine hole course in 1966 with the final nine holes opening for play in 1970.
Considered one of the best courses in Spain Pals has hosted many professional events including the Spanish International Amateur Championship and the Spanish Open. However, whilst now considered 'not quite long enough' for the modern professional game Pals is a superbly laid out and excellently maintained course offering a great challenge to even the best amateur.
Visitors are always welcome. 


Clubhouse with bar, catering, pro shop. Golf practice facilities. Golf teaching academy

Golfer's Reviews of Golf Platja de Pals:

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Average Rating Rating: 3.8     Number of Reviews: 1

The thing about friends, 28 Sep 2009, by anonymous
Rating: 4.0
Quality of Course
Rating: 4.0
Practice Facilities
Rating: 3.0
Value for Money
Rating: 4.0
Its important to have friends - those people whose company you enjoy. They are the ones who you can turn to when you need to - don't prejudge you and are there when needed. The English language has many words for friends - mates buddies cobber(ok its Aussie)and of course Pals. Now why anyone would call a golf course Pals needs a sideways glance and their head examined especially if it is Platja de Pals. Situated in the Catalunya area of Spain it isn't a friend and its not on the beach - but it is a great course. The majority of holes are tree lined with tight driving lines. You don't need a driver until the 5th where an open expanse of fairway is beckoning. Its a monster par 5 with an interesting array of bunkers strategically placed for anything but a straight shot. The short 9th is played over water to an elevated green guarded by numerous cavernous bunkers - not friendly but a good test of your game - you always need one more than you played! Memorable holes abound on the back nine and it is a true challenge without some of the ridiculous hazards seen in the south. Facilities are typical of a more rural Spanish golf course and the club house is functional with reasonable prices and a delightful view of that 9th green. It may not be everyone's idea of a friend but its worth making a Pal of it

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