Real Club Valderrama’s first construction in 1974 as ‘Sotogrande New,’ was inspired by the design of Robert Trent Jones, a famous American Architect. It was renamed to ‘Los Aves’ in 1984 and acquired by Jaime Ortiz-Pantino. Jaime sought Robert Trent to redesign the course, and it was finally renamed ‘Valderrama,’ which is its name to date.
Real Club Valderrama’s location is in San Roque, Cadiz, Spain. In 1999, Valderrama was rated as a top golf course in Mainland Europe by Golf World Magazine. Real Club Valderrama has hosted popular golfing events like The Spanish open, Andalucia Masters, WGC-American Express, and the 1997 Ryder cup, making it one of Spain’s best golf courses.
It also hosted the popular Volvo Masters from 1988 to 2008, before they moved to another golf club. Currently, real club Valderrama has a single 18 holes-course and 9-hole par three courses.


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January 5, 2021

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