Antonio García Garrido
This 18-hole, 71-par course measuring 5,714 metres was designed by the Spanish architect Antonio García Garrido, known for his meticulous landscaping. It has a great variety of trees and stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.
The immaculate contoured greens are generous in size but the fairways are slender on the first half of the course, where more precision is needed than on the second half. The strategically placed bunkers contain white marble chips; most fairways are sown with Bermuda whilst the greens and tees have been sown with Penncross.
Flamingos Golf had the honour and privilege to host many prestigious golf tournaments over the years, including the 2002, 2003 and 2004 European Seniors Tour Final and the Women's Spanish Open in 2010.