Valle Romano Golf on the Costa del Sol

Valle Romano Golf  Club



Valle Romano opened in 2010 making it one of the youngest courses on the Costa del Sol located in between the Mediterranean and a scenic mountain background.

This course is gaining much notoriety as a great addition to the Costa del Sol’s course offerings.  A prominent golfer that frequented  the resort was the late great Steve Ballesteros as well as current golfing champ Gonzalo Fernandez Castaño.

This golf course designed by Cabell Robinson, who is responsible for designing many prominent courses on the Costa del Sol such as Finca Cortesin, La Cala, La Reserva, and others.



The course is nestled in among 60 hectares of Valle Romano development managed by Troon Golf Corporation. The 6200 meter course is one of the longer golf course offerings in the area.  Each hole provides an average of 5 teeing platforms so that the course can maintain the quality of each platform by rotating them in play across the week.  Its fairways are well kept and fair  and usually quicker than other courses in the area.

The fairways do not offer steep or severe inclines like many other local courses but have gentle slopes and a variety of flag positions that vary from day to day making the course new even if you are a local.

As well, course managers may make course adjustments in order to change the difficulty of the course in preparation for tournaments.

The resort’s club house has a rather spectacular view from its perch on the hillside overlooking the course fairways.  The pro-shop is well provisioned and offers all of the typical amenities that you would expect at this level of resort.

The club house’s building is very modern and well-constructed since it was only built a few years ago.

Valle Romano is a club replete with the all the facilities necessary to ensure an enjoyable day out.

All in all, Valle Romano is a great value!

 

 

 

Club facilities

  • Pro Shop
  • Club House
  • Restaurant
  • Buggies
  • Practice Balls
  • Practice Range
  • Practice Putting Green
  • Practice Chipping Area
  • Golf Club Rental
  • Hand Trolleys
  • Club Storage
  • Golf Academy
  • Individual and Group Lessons
  • Lockers
  • Showers

 

How to get there

 

From Malaga, take the AP-7 ( toll motorway ) or the N340 –A7 Coastal highway toward Algeciras. Take exit km 153 for Estepona. Drive down to the A7 Coastal highway heading towards Algeciras. By the first roundabout , The Valle Romano sign is on the right and is clearly marked. The club house Is located some 2 kms up from the N340 highway.

 

 

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