La Marquesa Golf Club
Ciudad Quesada II
03170 Rojales, Alicante
Tel : (96) 671 95 36/34 / 42 58 Fax : (96) 671 91 74

Rojales, 40km south of Alicante.

Course Details

Course Name: La Marquesa Holes: 18 Yardage: 6389 SSS: 70

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    andrew drummond wrote on: Nov 14, 2013

    My son is 12 and we have a holiday place not far fom this course. I would like to arrange some lessons for my son who has to be taught the basics so he can get around this course. Any suggestions please?. Does the club offer lessons and how much are they. is there a young teacher ( to relate to my son's age) there or available to book privately. Our son is a very active boy but has not been taught golf yet. Thanks


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    sanders wrote on: May 22, 2009

    mooie baan met onzettend lange hole 18 (590 meter)
    heb de baan nu 4 x gespeeld en de baan blijft verrassen. erg goed onderhouden


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    Robert Watt wrote on: Oct 10, 2008

    I have played this course for many years and have seen many of the changes. Lots of money spent to improve and it shows. Everyone seems to comment on it being short. 6000 metres is long enough. The course is tight and it's very easy to lose balls. Keep your ball in play and you should score well. All round a good test with good greens and fairways.


      • RE: Course condition in 2008

        Hans wrote on: Nov 14, 2008

        I fully agree with you. The course is very much improved and in excellent condition. We play there very often during the year.


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    William Blakely wrote on: Jun 28, 2008

    I played this course a few times recently over a ten day period and I was very impressed. There are a few bare patches in parts if it but it is obvious that work is being done to bring it back to a very good standard. I felt that the greens were very good and "true" and although much slower that those on my course in Scotland I enjoyed playing on them.
    Importantly, the staff (professionals, starters, clubhouse and course maintenance) were very friendly and welcoming to both my wife and myself


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    liam talbot wrote on: Jul 29, 2007

    it a great course in great condition and is well kept and its not that expensive


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    Ricky Woods wrote on: May 16, 2007

    This course was played on 15th May 2007 and the course was in good condition. It is a course that suits a higher handicap golfer as it is not long. A lower handicapped golfer doesn't need a driver in this bag as the course has a number of holes that are no longer than 320 yds.The greens were in good condition and the fairways were lush giving the golfer a good lie. It was noted that after about 2pm the course was taken up by those learning the game which tends to lead to a longer than normal round of golf.


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    Paul Lewis wrote on: Mar 3, 2005

    This course is still having money spent on it and will be good when it is finished and settled in. I played at the beginning of March 2005, the course itself was quite dry in places, some areas are very green but these are generally around the sprinklers. The greens were quick but ropey in places. It is a little up and back but it does have a few nice holes. Irons are the order of the day to keep on the straight and narrow, there is plenty of run so don't worry about length off the tee. The staff were frendly and there are generally a lot of Brits around playing, but no-one is really in a rush.


      • RE: La Marqessa GC

        Philip Conway wrote on: Mar 16, 2005

        In the best condition of 5 courses in the area we played in early March. A good but not hugely challenging course on which they are spending quite a lot of money [presumably to attract in the buyers of the vast number of properties being built around it!]. Enjoyed my par on the 620 yard par 5 14th. Perhaps the biggest challenge is to find the course amongst the spread of new villas!


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    Robert Watt wrote on: Nov 6, 2003

    Course is about 12 years old and has had its problems with condition. Lots of cash been spent on it and it is gradually improving. Short and fairly flat course with good large greens. Problems tend to arise if you miss fairways. ie poor lies.
    In general not one of the better courses in the area but still enjoyable as it is a quicker and less expensive game than most others around.


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