Around and About the Golf Courses

The every increasing rate of corona virus rates across the whole world means that travel restrictions and therefore a reduction of tourism and cross border travel will be with us for some time to come.

As discussed in recent articles all the golf courses and the golf industry and all related services are struggling badly through these difficult times, however most courses are open and in good condition although some courses are still operating with limited staff levels and on some courses some of the finer details of course preparation are being omitted.

Below is a brief summary of situation of the situation on courses across or region:

Costa Blanca North


The course remains closed to the general public but they have taken the opportunity during the closure period to re-vamp their greens and clubhouse and so this should be an excellent golfing experience when re-opened.


The course is now offering summer prices until 31/12/20.

Font del Llop

The course is now offering summer prices until 14/02/21.


The course is now offering golf for as little as €48 for 2 players and buggy on the Poniente course and €60 on the Levante course BUT some aspects of course maintenance are not up to their usual standard, especially fairway bunkers.

Costa Blanca South and Murcia


The course is open and generally in good condition but the greens are still to some degree recovering from the extensive work conducted last year.

Hacienda Riquelme

This course is temporarily closed.

Las Colinas

This exclusive course is now offering special lower rates until at least 31/10/20.

Lo Romero

This excellent course is now offering special lower rates until at least 30/11/20 BUT due to the lack of tourist golfers will remain closed on Sundays and Mondays.


If you want a challenge and some super cheap golf visit this course and play for only €70 for 2 players and buggy.

Mar Menor

Usually in excellent condition this course is offering a special rate of only €25 until 30/09/20 but the course is in poor condition and with two temporary greens.

We will continue to update you on issues impacting on the golf industry here in Spain but I am sure we are in for a rough ride for some time to come.