Costa Dorada Golf Courses

The Golden Coast

Golf Courses in Costa Dorada

The region offers a total of 135 holes of golf, spread over 7 courses with 18 holes and one 9-hole course. This gives the visiting golfer plenty of options when setting up a golfing itinerary.

List of Golf Courses in Costa Dorada

Lumine Golf Course

Infinitum Golf Courses

Hills: Nestling around a small mountain the Hills course has a lot of character and some very interesting features. Three of the greens have been placed in old quarries giving them a scent of the “Wild West”, but otherwise the course can best be described as a slightly hilly parkland course.

Lakes: Designed by Greg Norman, the Lakes course is a true championship layout that will really test your golf. The holes have gently been laid out around a bird’s habitat which now has been declared a natural reserve. The course is easy to walk but buggies are always available.

Bonmont Golf Course

Bonmont Golf Course

Bonmont Golf Club lies magnificently at the foot of the mountains providing the golfers with spectacular views over the Mediterranean from every hole. It is a true championship layout and a very good test of golf. Bonmont has twice hosted tournaments on the European Tour.

Costa Dorada Golf Club

Costa Dorada Golf Course

The Costa Dorada Golf Club is a genuine members club and in fact, the oldest in the region. The course has been carefully laid out in the Mediterranean landscape taking full advantage of natural hazards like trees and the varied topography.

Aiguesverds Golf Course

Aiguesverds Golf Course

Aigüesverds Golf Club is the 2nd oldest club in the region and offers a nice parkland layout in the beautiful countryside just outside of Reus.

La Graiera Golf Course

La Graiera Golf Course

As you drive south from Barcelona this is the first of the golf courses you will come across in Costa Daurada. La Graiera opened in 1992 as a 9-hole course and was in 2006 extended to a full 18-hole course. It is set in quite undulating terrain with great views over the catalan countryside.

Panoramica Golf Course

Panoramica Sports Club

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.

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