The course, opened in 1973 by Gary Player, is one of the oldest at the Costa del Sol. The 55 ha spread in the beginning over a relatively flat and open landscape. Going towards the end the course slopes upwards once again and wait on with fast greens, lined with palm trees and stone pines.
Have played most of the courses between Malaga and San Roque but keep coming back to El Paraiso. A true test of golf without being overly punishing. Course and greens are usually in excellent condition and euro for euro offers great value for money. In summer twilight deals from 2.00pm! Friendly pro shop and clubhouse with a nice terrace for re-fuelling.
3.0 of 5 starsReviewed January 20, 2020
A few attractive courses, in addition to being in very good condition, make a round worthwhile. If you are looking for the absolute golf experience, El Paraiso is in the wrong place. For a relaxed practice round, however, you are in the right place. Recommendation.
Park golf, so many fairways right next to each other, especially the second nine. The course has a few nice holes, with up and down game, but you have almost no inclinations. Is not hard to play in my eyes and good for a relaxed round. I would not give it a 4. There are much better places in the region for the same money. Valle Romano, Alcaidesa eg
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