Course: Alborán Golf Location: EsteponaCourse Designer: Ramón EspinosaEstablished: 2005Par: 72 – four par 3´s, ten par 4´s, four par 5´sSignature hole: 12 Alborán Golf was designed by Ramón Espinosa, one of the most prestigious golf architects, and was constructed and is now run by Garden & Golf. The Club has a 6,278-meter long, 18-hole par-72 Championship course, an extensive practice range, and different training areas.The designer successfully created an important balance between the holes, as regards both the length and the orientation and location of the various elements that make up the course (bunkers, streams, lakes, etc…), offering an enjoyable game of golf on a challenging course where each and every one of the holes will put us to the test.Course: La Envia Golf Location: Vicar, AlmeriaCourse Designer: Francisco Mendoza MonteroEstablished: 1994Par: 71 – four par 3´s, eleven par 4´s, three par 5´sSignature hole: Country Club La Envía is an 18 hole golf course situated in the magnificent urbanisation of La Envia. The course was designed in a large valley that flows down towards the picturesque sea views. Every hole on the course is towered behind with the glorious mountain views and due to the valley walls golfers will be protected against the forcing winds. There are numerous amounts of bunkers and lakes to challenge all levels of golfers and test the true golfer within you.Course: Golf Playa SerenaLocation: Roquetas del Mar, AlmeriaCourse Designer: Angel Gallardo & Peter AllisEstablished: 1979Par: 72 – four par 3´s, ten par 4´s, four par 5´sSignature hole: 13Golf Playa Serena is a flat course, of British design, offering views of the sea and running along the edge of the beach. There are no big slopes so the course is suitable for players of all levels. The fairways are wide but you have to watch out for the greens which are protected by water hazards and bunkers.As you would expect from a links-style course, there is a wide variety of vegetation, and plenty of water hazards. Watch out for the par-5 13th where most players see their scorecards ruined.