Real Club de Golf Las Palmas

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Real Club de Golf Las Palmas
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Real Club de Golf Las Palmas

Lugar Campo de Golf, 12, E-35300 Santa Brigida, Gran Canaria, Las Palmas, Spain

Golf Packages

with Real Club de Golf Las Palmas
Santa Catalina, a Royal Hideaway Hotel

Santa Catalina, a Royal Hideaway Hotel 5 stars Deluxe

Gran Canaria, Spain

7 Nights B&B and 5 green fees

Also includes: Lopesan Meloneras Golf, Anfi Tauro Golf, Salobre Golf & Resort and Maspalomas Golf

from 868,- per person Learn more


Gran Canaria is proud to be home to the oldest golf club in Spain, inaugurated in 1891. The course is located alongside the crater of an old volcano, demonstrating Gran Canaria’s volcanic origins, and it boasts amazing views of the summit, the sea and its spectacular, deep ravines.

It is a relatively short course with narrow straights, small greens and deep ravines throughout

The Course

18-Hole Course

Design: Ross Mackenzie

Terrain: Undulating

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard

White (Men)7170.51345915 m
Yellow (Men)71691305660 m
Red (Women)71721315190 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range
  • Putting Green
  • Practice bunker


18-Hole Course

Visitors are welcome Monday - Friday (except public holidays).
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: men 26, women 34


Softspikes required.

No dogs allowed.

Afternoons, evenings and during weekends, members only

Green Fees

18-Hole Course

Green FeeMon - Fri
April 30 - October 1
18 Holes
Regular120 €
Juniors65 €
9 Holes
Regular80 €
May - September
18 Holes
Regular70 €
Juniors45 €
9 Holes
Regular45 €

Driving Range

Monday - Sunday
Bucket (45 balls)2 €


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Conference room
  • Locker rooms
  • Sauna
  • Children’s playground
  • Charging system for guest trollies
  • Club accepts credit cards
  • Bar
  • Snack Bar


Real Club de Golf
Phone: 928-351050
Credit cards accepted.

Pro Shop

Phone: 928-351050
Credit cards accepted.


  • Clubs for hire
  • Trolley for hire
  • Electro-trolley for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1891


PresidentSalvador Cuyás Morales
Managing DirectorJavier Suarez Fuentes
SecretaryDavid Gracia Fuentes
Pro-Shop ManagerTono Ortiz
ProIván Guerra
Head GreenkeeperDaniel Carretero

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Gregorheinrich 2 Reviews

My favourite

Yes, the course is relatively short, fairways are quite close to each other, but small and very fast greens, sometimes windy conditions and "tactically" placed bunkers make this a challenging and enjoyable course to play on.
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APEX607 5 Reviews

Outdated, worn out

- Lots of patches of dry and brown grass on the fairway
- They don't have a birdie book, pin position
- Greens are OK
- Windy
- Overrated
- The space for the restaurant had only 4 tables where young golfers ate the sandwiches they brought with them. Not decent for Spain’s oldest golf course

pitchmark 206 Reviews
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... exudes history...

... that is a good thing, yes it is proper!

The oldest club - not course - in all of Spain, the original one was closer to Las Palmas. In the mid-1950s they had to move and this was opened. Such systems would have to be placed under monument protection as a whole, they are contemporary witnesses and make the development visible.

The first golf course on the European continent can be found in France at the foot of the Pyrenees - Pau 1856 - initially 9 holes which were expanded to 18 holes after a short time. I read a note years ago that this club is said to be a real veteran in terms of age - one of the top 10 clubs in the world - still on the same site. The oldest club outside Scotland is Royal Calccutta 1829 in India.

This course is located in the mountains, half an hour's drive south of Las Palmas, on the edge of an extinct volcano. Behind the clubhouse and the small hotel you can look into this 200 meter deep gorge - Caldera de Bandama. We stayed here on the first trip.

Here we put our tees into the ground for the first time in 1991, when golfers who had only been using the greens for 3 years. It was the first golf course we played in Spain - the handicap of the participants was around 20. At that time there were only two courses on the island, this one and Maspalomas and we played them alternately. Both were designed by Ross Mackenzie, who learned his trade from none other than Tom Simpson and was able to work during the golden age of golf course construction.

We travel here every 6 to 8 years, we are now on the island for the fifth time - could be our last visit.

It's a really old and beautiful campo, but not one of the top courses in Spain - that's our opinion - the layout is good. Such systems cannot compete with modern courses, nor is it necessary. The PracticeAerea is not the best, is inadequate in over 50% of all systems - these areas were hardly given the necessary attention.

Amazingly, Maspalomas is almost on a par with Real Club de Golf Las Palmas in the current list of the Top 100 Spain - in our opinion it does not fit at all. Maspalomas is to be removed from this list in its current state.

They have worked a lot on these hoyos since our first visit, many stones have been removed and palm trees and trees have been felled. The no man's land between tee and fairways is to be played properly today, but some of its originality was lost, there were tees where you played over palm forests to reach the fairway.

The fairways are good, the greens have always been very good here - these have often ruined our scores.

You have a certain amount of catching up to do in terms of maintenance, we have noticed that every time, but it fits in with such old courses. It can be called good.

You can play very well on foot here, although there are some decent crossovers.

K. Per is right, the distance between the guests and the proud members is tangible and palpable. Our leader - es Caddy - calls this 50's, 60's golf culture!

I have a special relationship with this course, and Hoyo 1 Par 4 is responsible for that. On the first round, I played a long iron from the tee and found my ball in the heart of the lower green. It was the first time in my "golfer career" that I reached the par 4 green with the teeshot. I tried to repeat this feat, the expectations were no chance too great.

There are five stars for the history - four stars are sufficient for the overall package.

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