18 holes, Par 71, 6.418 m. (+ 9 holes par 3). Designed by Robert Trent Jones, S. Open in (1974*) 1985.
Valderrama has been consistently ranked as number 1 in Continental Europe since the late ’80s and included in the Top 100 in the World since 1990. Top pros have described the fairways and leading golf writers as the best in Europe, if not the World. It is not an easy course – nor was it intended to be. It is designed to call forth thought and precision for every shot. As early as 1988, Valderrama began to host the newly-launched Volvo Masters, the flagship tournament of the PGA European Tour and continued to do so until 2009. In 1997 the Club hosted the 32nd Ryder Cup, won by Europe in a most thrilling finish. In 1999 and 2000, Valderrama hosted the first two editions of the World Golf Championships – the American Express Championship, which Tiger Woods and Mike Weir won, respectively. In recent years, Valderrama has hosted seven editions of Andalucía Masters (Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucía Masters), one of the most prestigious tournaments held in Spain by the European Tour. An arduous renewal process of the golf course has recently been completed to modernize and provide it with new infrastructure and equipment, maintaining the identity and excellence of the Club.
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