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La Manga Golf Club
30385 Cartagena, Murcia
Tel : 34 (0)968 175000 Fax : 34 (0)968 175058
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|Golf Director:||Chris Davies|
|Professional :||Javier Garralon/Calvin O'Carroll/Angel Luis Saura|
La Manga Golf Club opened in 1971. The North and South Courses at La Manga are located in a valley surrounded by mountains and with stunning views of the Mar Menor. Palm trees abound in these two courses, while the West course, sited in a mountain was carved out of a pine forest.
The Club offers an excellent golf shop, caddies and one of the best practice areas to be found in Spain, with 90 driving range bays, 3 putting greens, short game area and practice bunker. The La Manga Club Golf Academy organises comprehensive training courses for all levels of players, and private tuition.
Hotels in the area
Hyatt Regency La Manga *****
Aparthotel Las Lomas****
30km from Catergena, 50km from Mundie and 100km from Alicante. Access: Murcia Airport 25km and Alicante Airport 90km.
Information herein provided by the club 26 April 2000.
President - Tony Coles
President of Competition Committee - Jose Antonio Hernandez Canadas
Club open all year. Bars and restaurants. Clubs, buggys and trolleys for hire. Swimming pool, tennis, paddle tennis, Squash, Bowls, Health centre and Water sports.For more information on La Manga Golf Club see lamang aclub.com
|Course Name: North Holes: 18 Metres: 5753|
| The North course is shorter and demands more accuracy of the tee. Several raines and six lakes make this course a totally different from the South. Slightly hillier, has well-contoured greens. Robert Dean Putman designed this course. White Tees - 5753, Par 71, C.R. 70.5, Slope 126; Yellow Tees - 5429, Par 71, C.R. 68.8, Slope 121; Blue Tees – 5183, Par 71, C.R. 73.2, Slope 131; Red Tees - 4964, Par 71, C.R. 71.1, Slope 127.
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|Course Name: South Holes: 18 Metres: 6361|
| The South Course, was originally designed by Robert Dean Putman, and remodelled in 1993 by the Arnold Palmer Company , is quite flat with generous fairways, the main difficulty being the length and the ten artificial lakes that define the layout. The greens are huge and have little trouble, but it is perhaps this apparent simplicity that makes them tough.
White Tees - 6361, Par 72, C.R. 74.6, Slope 128 ; Yellow Tees - 6055, Par 72, C.R. 72.0; Slope 125; Red Tees - 5490, Par 72, C.R. 74.7, Slope 125.
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|Course Name: West Holes: 18 Metres: 5971|
| The West course is newer and requires maximum ball control, distance becoming only secondary. It is a course of two halves, where most of the ground must be made on the first nine. The second half, with its tree-lined fairways is very hilly and will demand all a player can give. White Tees - 5971, Par 73, C.R. 72.3, Slope 130; Yellow Tees - 5689, Par 73, C.R. 70.7, Slope 129; Red Tees - 4922, Par 73, C.R. 72.0, Slope 129
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