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Atalaya New Course Highlights

  • Many slopes and level changes.
  • It requires complete accuracy.
  • Be tactical about your club selection, choose carefully!
  • Great challenge of technique for all the gang!

Course Stats

  • Designed by Paul Krings.
  • Opened in 1990.
  • 5,562-yard/5,086-metre length.
  • 71-Par course.

Top hint for this course

We're about to let you in on a special secret for the loop. It's what you deserve. On the 5th, you face a significantly short par-4. We recommend you avoid using a driver and instead use your tee-off as a chance to fall just short of the green. That way, your approach shot is a simple chip onto the dancefloor.

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Full Course Lowdown

The legendary Paul Krings graced us with another world-class beauty when he built this one. While having sublime views of the Costa del Sol countryside, the sloped and elevated greens resting at the end of highly-maintained fairways will impress you more.

As if the short game wasn't technical and complex as it is, the many challenges that come into play on this short course will test all levels of swingers. That friend whose ball is afraid of the dark will struggle with these greens.

So, pack your best putting wedge and make sure you're on top form for this one. Who's the best putter?


From tee-off, a straightforward uphill drive should find yourself close to the green. A bunker to the left of the dancefloor will punish those that swing in this direction so favouring the right side is a must.

The 7th is a downhill par-4. Don't be deceived by the par, it's incredibly short. We suggest you under-club, so you reach the green and aim towards the left as the green slopes towards a bunker on the right.

At the end of the front nine, you have the shortest hole. Many trees surround the left side, and a bunker covers the right of the green.

The end of the back nine is the longest of the round. An accurate and strong drive should help you reach a sweet approach shot for the green. It holds two levels and has a water hazard guarding the front.


Sharing a 19th hole between two courses always makes for a lively atmosphere for groups to unwind with a pint in hand and count up the scorecards. Get your forfeits ready for the duffer of the round.

Enjoy an ice-cold Spanish lager while tucking into some Mediterranean seafood or a classic fillet steak. It'll be hard to leave this place.

Course Facilities

  • Clubhouse
  • Driving Range
  • Chipping Area
  • Putting Green
  • Golf School
  • Club Rental
  • Buggy Rental
  • Trolley Rental
  • Electric Trolleys
  • Proshop

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More than a Game!

More than a game
Getting lifelong friends together
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Those hole-in-one moments!
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Charity events
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Celebratory nights
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World class golf experiences
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Celebrate the wins!
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Laugh with your friends

The Location

This iconic loop is located 50km from Malaga Airport. Around the local area, you're close to many resorts, hotels, bars, and the beach.

However, if your crew are looking for a lively and glamorous atmosphere, then look no further than Marbella. 17.5km away is one of Spain's most in-demand cities.

If luxurious restaurants, highly-rated bars, and partying until the early hours are your thing, it's a must-visit. Don't miss out. Get your best clothes on, spray that aftershave and hit the city.

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