Known to the locals as Sotogrande Old,” the Real Club de Golf Sotogrande is a Robert Trent Jones Sr. masterpiece. His first design in Europe. First opened for play in 1964, it is one of the oldest on the Continent.
Do not be fooled by the age of the 18-hole, 72 par, 6,224-meter (6,807 yards) course layout. It still proves a challenge to even well-weathered golfers to this day. The course design requires the player to plan each stroke as every hole poses its unique challenge, guaranteeing a fascinating round every time.
As a result of its class, quality, and reputation, the Sotogrande was host to the European Tour Qualifying Finals between 1998 and 2001. Its clubhouse also has a restaurant, golf shop, and storage room for golf bags and trolleys. The Real Club de Golf Sotogrande has stood the test of time and is a true European gem.