The San Roque Club in Spain's Costa Del Sol is a luxurious country club home to two of the region's finest golf courses: The original Old Course and the New Course.
The Old Course isn't all that old at all, opened in 1992. It was designed by Dave Thomas, though Spanish legend Seve Ballesteros came in later and redesigned the bunkers. It's a traditional-looking parkland with smallish greens, though some holes are set on severely undulating terrain and offer views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding hillsides.
The New Course, opened in 2005, is a Perry Dye design. It's set on similarly beautiful terrain with many scenic views. The difference is mostly in the Dye-family shaping: big, steep bunkering, larger greens and even railroad ties. Despite the added bells and whistles, the Old Course is still the slightly more expensive and prestigious of the two courses here, which is located in the Costa Del Sol's highest-end golf area, just in the shadows of Valderrama Golf Club, La Reserva Golf Club and Almanara Golf Club.