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Salamanca golf information

Campo de Golf de Salamanca

Situated in the Monte de Zarapicos, in the province of Salamanca, the course was designed by the professional Manuel Piñero.
The course is 6045 metres long and has a par of 72. Even though it is situated in the mountains the course is reasonably flat and very comfortable to walk round. The size makes the course especially fun for big hitters though accuracy is also important and you will need to choose your irons and woods very carefully.

Campo de Golf de Salamanca
Monte de Zarapicos
Zarapicos 37170
Tel. 923 32 91 00/02
Fax 923 32 91 05


El Villamayor Golf Course offers an 18-hole round with a par of 72, and is one of the longest and most difficult courses in Castilla-Leon. The designers of the course aimed as far as possible to respect the natural character of the area, as well as reforesting it with different species of trees: pines, chestnuts, walnuts, palms and olive trees.
The course has two rounds which are very different in style. The first, which consists of the nine first holes, is an English-style course which respects the layout of the terrain. This first part of the course is the most difficult, while the second stretch is more in the style of the American courses, where the difficulty lies in the greater distance between the holes, the presence of three lakes, and the numerous bunkers, though the ground is less uneven.
The course also has a about hundred granite rocks which gives this new sports complex in Salamanca rather an unusual character.

Urb. Vega de Salamanca.
Ctra. Villamayor km.3
37185 Salamanca
Telf.: +34923160068
Fax.: +349232111074

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