La Hacienda Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort

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La Hacienda Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort

Crta. N 340, Km 124,6, Avda. Pablo Cerezo s/n, Alcaidesa, E-11315 La Línea, Cádiz, Spain

Phone: +34 956 79 10 40, Fax: +34 956 79 10 41


The NEW Links Course, has one of the best views of the entire municipality of San Roque over the Mediterranean and is the only Links-style course in southern Spain. It has 18 holes par 72, and it was opened in 1992; nowadays, has been recently redesigned by Kurtis Bowman and is now a modern golf course sustainable. The renovation of the NEW Links has meant the reconstruction of all the tees, complex of greens and bunkers, redesign of a series of holes, housing one of the largest greens in surface in Spain. It is a challenging course, with unique views, and with a quality in its route at the level of the best courses in Europe. It is made up of wide fairways, double greens, large bunkers strategically located and gentle slopes that descend towards the sea, ending in a beautiful beach, creating a front of almost 2 km so that a large part of its holes border the beach. The new course has opened up even more to the sea and has one of the best views of the entire Costa del Sol over the Mediterranean, Gibraltar and Africa, which can be appreciated from all its greens.

The second golf course of this resort, the Heathland Course, also consists of 18 holes par 72, designed by the prestigious former Ryder Cup player and author of numerous internationally renowned layouts, Dave Thomas. This course offers a variety of natural landscapes ranging from an area of plateaus where the course resembles a "heathland" type course, with wide fairways and exceptional views of the Mediterranean, to the area of the valley where the holes wind along it and incorporate various obstacles of water.

The Driving Range has also been redesigned and has a series of target greens to different distances, bunkers and a natural grass tee line capable of accommodating large groups, as well as a short game area with several holes in the back area, ideal for those who are starting to Golf.


18-Hole La Hacienda Links Course

Opened in 1992. Design: Clive Clark, Dave Thomas & Peter Alliss; Kurtis Bowman (2022).

Terrain: Undulating with water hazards

Technical difficulty: Moderate


White (Men)72--5841 m
Yellow (Men)72--5514 m
Silver (Men)72--5030 m
Red (Women)72--4634 m

18-Hole La Hacienda Heathland Course

Opened in 2007. Design: Dave Thomas.


White (Men)72--6373 m
Yellow (Men)72--6047 m
Blue (Women)72--5671 m
Red (Women)72--5272 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range (72 tees, 36 covered)
  • Practice Area
  • Putting Green
  • Pitching Green
  • Practice bunker


18-Hole La Hacienda Links Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: men 28, women 36

18-Hole La Hacienda Heathland Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: men 28, women 36


No dogs allowed.


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Conference room
  • Locker rooms
  • Children’s playground
  • Club accepts credit cards


Phone: 956-791040/-791050, Fax: -791041
Credit cards accepted.

Pro Shop

Alcaidesa Holding S.A.
Phone: 956-791040, Fax: -791041
Credit cards accepted.


  • Clubs for hire
  • Trolley for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire
  • Caddy on request

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1992


PresidentManuel Moyano Molina
Club ManagerJuan Pablo Arsiaga Cuevas
SecretaryMarisa Carrasco
Pro-Shop ManagerFernando Aspuru Saunders

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ZaS 5 Reviews

Two different courses

Links is very nice course with many beautifull views to sea and The Rock of Gibraltar. Good maintained. Only problem is flight timing. At morning there was four flights at the same time. But its probably problem of players.
Heathland is significantly worse mainained. Is also very hard to play especially without buggy.

Berlin Golf Bear 105 Reviews
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Great place - unfortunately currently with HEAVY construction noise

Played end of March 2023, HCP 14

Compared to my review from 2014, some adjustments are now necessary.

What still applies:
A wonderful place that always offers great views over the sea to Gibraltar. Unfortunately only one motif (but that's also really great, so you don't "get tired of it" so quickly) - and you shouldn't look inland, there's only a larger collection of houses to see. Although located right by the sea, it's actually not a real "links course" in the Scottish sense. Instead, the dunes and tough rough are missing, and there is much nicer botany than on the "classic" links.

The layout of the fairways is interesting and varied - there are only a few "filling numbers". Unfortunately not always fair - a few blind shots on sloping fairways mean that the ball comes to rest somewhere completely different from where it was played. The greens are a bit more boring - fast, but not particularly undulating.

What has changed for the better:
The condition has improved greatly, the whole place (including the tees and bunkers, the condition of which was pretty bad 9 years ago) is now very well maintained. The carts (recommended because of the sometimes quite long distances and the hilly terrain) are now in good shape.

What is unfortunately (currently) not nice at all:
In the middle of the square, between lanes 1 to 5 and 14 to 18, a new settlement is being built. Not just individual villas, but an entire "small town" - several dozen, probably even more than 100 residential units, shops,... The permanent construction noise of large machines (not just a small drill or a lawnmower) is deafening and roars over half the square. It doesn't look like it'll be done in a few days or weeks... (That's not included in the evaluation of the place, it's not his fault. However, it should be taken into account when booking.)

Conclusion: Still a great place. At the moment, however, you should only play if you're already deaf or if you can get a start time when construction isn't going on (maybe Sundays and public holidays?). Otherwise smooth 4 stars! (In the “Golf Bear Ranking”: 8 out of 10 points).

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golftraveladdict 56 Reviews
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Heath country

The Heathland has mountain goat character and the ups and downs are literal. It's either steep uphill or steep downhill. The first 6 lanes to import run leisurely and unspectacular. The holes are a dream. Sure, the view of "The Rock" from the left is missing, but the Heathland can easily keep up in terms of claim. In fact, you'd think this golf course would have been waiting here for decades instead of being built as recently as 2007. So harmonious and as if it had always been here. Nice layout, long lanes to the "driven". Maintained top. Beautiful and currently not overbooked.

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