This is the oldest course, is renowned for its difficulty, thus making it more suitable for experienced players.
Fairways are narrow and well protected by old trees requiring more straight shots.
It is shorter and hillier than the south course and has more water obstacles.
The course requires straight drives down the middle of the fairways as failure to do so may have one ending up in one of the numerous water hazards hidden in the rough.
Real Club de Golf Guadalmina has 40 bays grass driving range, 21 bays covered area, chipping and putting green and practice bunker.
The driving range and the practice areas, like the chipping and putting green make of Guadalmina a great reference of the Golf in Spain and Andalucía.
Besides the two 18 holes golf courses, Guadalmina complex offers a par 3 nine hole course.