Spain’s oldest golf club is in Gran Canaria
The Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas has the honour of being Spain’s oldest golf club and dates back to 1891 with the current course, located by the Bandama caldera in northeast Gran Canaria, designed in 1957 by famous architect Mackenzie Ross. It’s privileged location gives players views of the Gran Canaria highlands, the ocean and nearby valleys.
Play golf and then relax at the Bandama Golf Hotel
The Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas course is relatively short and easy to get round with narrow fairways bordered by gullies, large bunkers and small greens; perfect for relaxed golf without too much physical exertion. Just 10 metres from Tee 1 is the three star Bandama Golf Hotel. It’s location and facilities make it the perfect place for a relaxing golf holiday in Gran Canaria.
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