Panoramica Golf Course
Design: Bernhard Langer
Yellow / Red: 6037 m / 5001 m
Practice facilities: double-sided driving range from grass tees, putting green, chipping green, pitching green, par-3 course. Perhaps the best practice facility in Europe.
Clubhouse: restaurant, bar, cafeteria, changing rooms.
When Panoramica Golf & Country Club opened in 1995 it quickly got the nick-name “Little Valderrama” because of its high level of maintenance and visual resemblance to the famous course in the south of Spain.
This was perhaps not the primary objective when Bernhard Langer designed the course, but his layout has over the years proven to be a very good test of golf. Set among old olive trees this beautiful course sweeps back and forth in gently rolling terrain, giving the player a great variety. The Ladies European Tour has played several tournaments here and it is often used by the Spanish Golf Federation for national competitions.
In addition to a really good golf course, Panoramica offers what is possibly the best practice facilities in all of Europe. Here you will find a double-sided driving range measuring 300 x 120 m, several putting greens, pitching greens, chipping greens and practice bunkers. There is also a par-3 course with 3 holes measuring from 88-190 meters in length. With very large greens and 3 flags on each green this is a great short game area.