Real Golf Bendinat
is an attractive course with pretty spectacular sea views. One of its main plus points is playing against the backdrop of the magnificent Bendinat castle. Much of the course is built round a steep valley, making the hire of buggies a must for the less mobile golfer and the downright idle. While shortish in distance and wide open in places this is not an easy course, but it is great fun.
With a number of dog-legs, water hazards and small greens this course can present a challenge for even the most accomplished of players. Players are forced to use every club in the bag to get around in par, especially on the dogleg of hole 3, or the elevated green on hole 14. The par 5 eighteenth at 454 meters is a fabulous finishing hole. Sweeping all the way gently to the right, your tee shot and second need to be long enough to give you a sight of the green for your approach.
This is definitely a golf course
to include in your itinerary. The Club President is none other than the King of Spain, yet visitors are welcomed with open arms.