PGA Catalunya Golf Club (Stadium Course)
Address: Crta. Nacional II, Km 701, Caldes de Malavella, E-17455 Girona, Spain
City: Caldes de Malavella Cataluña
Country: Spain: Northern Spain/
Please note that preferred times and dates are subject to availability. Every effort will be made to book your chosen times and courses but occasionally at busy times we may have to offer alternatives.
PGA Catalunya Stadium course is an 18 hole golf course par 72 just over 6580m. This spectacular and imposing course has been consistently ranked among the best ten golf courses in Europe since it was opened in 1999 and was voted 4 in continental Europe and 1 in Spain in 2019. As the venue for numerous PGA European Tour events, it is also routinely singled out for praise from the professional playing fraternity.
Be warned, however, the beauty of the PGA Catalunya Stadium Course can distract from the many dangers waiting to do serious damage to your scorecard. It makes no concessions with its trees pressing onto fairways, strategically placed bunkers and lakes that come into play on no fewer than seven of the toughest holes.
This is a quality that keeps players returning time and again to test themselves at the PGA Catalunya Stadium Course, the Number 1 Golf Course in Spain. It is rare to find so many memorable holes on one course and despite the many ups and downs, tees are elevated and very few fairways are uphill. The stunning dogleg of hole 6 is one of them and it demands nothing less than a driver and total commitment.
Golfers not only anticipate a spectacular golf course but also are in need of something challenging that will put their best abilities to the test. That is just a tip of what is offered by the PGA Catalunya Stadium Course, designated Best Golf Course in Spain and TOP 3 in Continental Europe. This golfing masterpiece has been in play for about two decades now and still continues to be a top choice for golf lovers from all over the world.
The Stadium Golf Course has such a spectacular and imposing beauty that it may distract you for a tough play ahead. It is picked to host the Spanish Open for many reasons. The first one being its endowment with some of the toughest and most challenging holes in Europe.
Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 36