Zaragoza golf information
Club de Golf La Peñaza
Situated on the outskirts of Zaragoza, “La
Peñaza” Golf Club has an 18-hole course. In comparison
with the arid dry natural landscape which surrounds the course
the club appears as a true oasis of greenery. Its carefully looked
after vegetation, which has been growing now for 30 years, provides
shelter for various species of animal and is delightful to look
at. The course has a par of 72 and is moderately difficult. In
1999 a major reform of the greens and foregreens was undertaken
and the result is a highly technical course which rewards the
accurate player more than the big hitter. When the north wind,
which is typical in the region and known as the "cierzo",
is blowing, the course becomes extremely difficult for players
of all kinds.
Apartado de Correos 3.039
Tel. 976 34 28 04
Fax 976 34 28 00
Real Aero Club de Zaragoza
This course at the Royal Zaragoza Airclub is deceptive
at first sight, because some of the holes are short, the fairways
are narrow and the greens are small and well protected by strategically
placed bunkers. When the USAF designed and built it in 1966, they
wanted a course which was difficult to play on and at the same
time easy to maintain.
Secc. de Golf Coso 34 - 4º
Tel. 976 33 69 01
Fax 976 21 43 79
AUGUSTA GOLF CALATAYUD
The golf course, with its 9 holes, a par of 36 and
3,000m in length, is the main attraction of the sports complex.
The practice course with its 30 stands on two levels, large areas
to learn and practice the different shots, and its teaching room,
provide excellent facilities for pupils to learn the various techniques
used in golf.
The golf course at Augusta Golf Calatayud is very demanding, with some holes almost 500 metres in length and with small greens.
Ctra. Monasterio de Piedra , km.4
GOLF LOS LAGOS
The course at Golf Los Lagos is made up of 18 holes
with a par of 72, and offers an enjoyable round with numerous
water hazards, as well as a large practice and putting green.
The course combines some long holes with other shorter ones which give players the chance to recover mathematically on their scorecard. The level of difficulty of the holes varies from a lengthy par-5 of 530 metres, which could really foul up our scorecard with a nasty dogleg and countless sand traps, to shorter par-4’s which should enable us to recover some of the lost ground.
Camino Viñales, s/n