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Salobre Golf & Resort - The Old Course

Salobre Golf & Resort - The Old Course

About the Golf Course

The only resort in the Canary Island with two different courses and 36 holes – the New (north) Course and the OLD (south) Course. The old course, being the most popular course on the island, was the venue for the Spanish PGA in 2006. The course is widely known for the small greens that require a precise approach.

Currently 27-holes available in 3 different loops.

  • The Old Course, holes 1 to 18
  • The New Course + The Old Course, holes 1 to 9
  • The Old Course, holes 10 to 18 + The New Course

Minimum handicap

  • Men: 28
  • Women: 36
  • ArchitectRoland Faure
  • Course typeParkland
  • Holes18
  • PAR71


Not available


  • Buggy
  • Caddie hire
  • Changing roomChanging room
  • Chipping green
  • Driving rangeDriving range
  • Golf clubs rental
  • Golf lessonsGolf lessons
  • LockersLockers
  • Practice bunker
  • Pro shopPro shop
  • Pull cart
  • Putting green
  • Reception hallReception hall
  • RestaurantRestaurant

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Salobre Golf: A Golfer's Oasis in Sunny Gran Canaria

Salobre Golf is a golfer's paradise in the heart of sunny Gran Canaria. This article unveils the secrets of this remarkable golfing destination that caters to golfers of all levels, from amateurs to pros. With tiered greens, shallow bunkers, and two distinctive courses, it offers exclusive facilities and breathtaking mountain views.

A Golfer's Dream

The Salobre Golf Academy provides the perfect place for beginners to learn and for seasoned players to improve their game. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy perfecting their swings on the tiered greens while admiring the general looks of the mountainside. Situated a mere minute's walk from the hotel complex, the golf course has something for everyone. With its new tees, additional holes, and offset greens, Salobre Golf accommodates different needs and playing preferences. If you're looking for a regular place to practice your swings, Salobre Golf is not just another lousy place—it's a golfer's haven.

**Challenges Await **

Golfers can take in beautiful views and tackle the challenges of the course. The bunker area presents challenges and tests a player's ability to overcome obstacles. With the cool nights and vast square meters of green, it's the ideal place to spend a day of golf in Gran Canaria.

The Salobre Golf courses have tiered greens and shallow bunkers, making the golf experience both challenging and enjoyable. Golfers can tee off early in the morning or savor a round of golf in the late afternoon to take advantage of the cooler temperatures.

A Golfing Legacy

Designed by the renowned golf course architect Ron Kirby, Salobre Golf has become a symbol of excellence in the Canary Islands. The driving range and two unique courses, Salobre Golf Old and the new Salobre Golf, provide an exceptional golfing experience for players exploring a golfer's paradise.

Planning Your Visit

Before visiting Salobre Golf, read course reviews and related articles to get an overview of what to expect. The driving range allows golfers to fine-tune their skills. And for golfers who like a challenge, both the Salobre Golf Old and Salobre Golf New are the best facilities for an unforgettable golf day.

Amenities include the Salobre Golf Academy, tiered greens, and a shallow green designed to suit golfers of all skill levels. Plus, the course offers spectacular views and a mix of challenges, creating the ideal setting for a day of golf.


  • What currency do I need for Gran Canaria?

Gran Canaria's official currency and the rest of Spain's official currency is the Euro (EUR).

  • Is Gran Canaria walkable, or should I rent a car?

While some areas in Gran Canaria, especially cities and tourist spots, may be walkable, renting a car is often a convenient option to explore the diverse landscapes and attractions across the island.

  • What is the best month to go to Gran Canaria for a golf vacation?

The climate in Gran Canaria is generally pleasant year-round. However, for a golf vacation, the months of spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November) are often recommended.

  • What is the 90-day rule in Gran Canaria for tourists?

The 90-day rule refers to the Schengen Area regulations. Tourists from countries outside the Schengen Area are typically allowed to stay within the Schengen Area, which includes Spain and Gran Canaria, for up to 90 days within a 180-day period without a visa. It's essential to check for any updates or changes to immigration rules.

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