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‘Mike Probert talks Golf  (Sponsored by Costa Blanca Green Fee Services).

Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions.

Jack Nicklaus Famous Quotes?

While we all have our views and opinions on the greatest golfer to ever play the game ,my personal opinion it is Jack Nicklaus not only for his tournament win record but the way in which he handled himself on and off the course so when he speaks you should listen and below are just a few of his famous quotes:

The best golfer in the world only wins 20% of the time.

  • Focus on remedies not faults.
  • To be successful you need to manage yourself and the course.
  • The older you get the stronger the wind gets and is always in your face.
  • Air offers less resistance than dirt.
  • Learn the basic fundamentals of the game and stick to them.
  • Golf is a game not a war.
  • Never quit or give up, whatever the situation.
  • Don’t be too proud to take lessons.
  • We all go through tough times.
  • It takes hundreds of good shots to gain confidence and only one bad one to lose it.
  • Don’t shy away from pressure embrace it.
  • Never lose your temper and always keep your head.

I am sure that every golfing reader of this article can relate to most of these quotes in someway and apply them to your game.

We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the number below to have instant access to discounted golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us.

The deals shown in the table are some of the best currently available to you:

Golf Course Price Comments
Alenda €116 Two Players and Buggy
Alicante €110 Two Players and Buggy
Altorreal €120 Two Players and Buggy
Bonalba €116 Two Players and Buggy
Don Cayo (Altea) €88 Two Players and Buggy
El Plantio €112 Two Players and Buggy from 12pm
Font Del Llop €92 Single Green Fee and Buggy (post hollow tining rate)
GNK Golf Courses €125 Two Players and Buggy (El Valle,Riquelme & La Torre)
La Finca €128 Two Players and Buggy
La Manga €120 Two Players and Buggy (All courses from 1.06pm)
La Marquesa €52 Single Green Fee
La Serena €47 Single Green Fee
Las Colinas €164 Two Players and Buggy
Las Ramblas €104 Two Players and Buggy
Lo Romero €144 Two Players and Buggy
New Sierra Golf €82 Two Green Fees and Buggy
Roda €130 Two Players and Buggy
UGolf Courses €86 Two Players and Buggy (Saurines & Hac. Del Alamo)
Villamartin €110 Two Players and Buggy
Villaitana Poniente €66 Single Green Fee and Buggy
Vistabella €116 Two Players and Buggy

For Bookings and more information contact Mike at info@costa-blanca-greenfees.com or direct on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER.

Hollow Tine Watch

La Manga West – 09/09/19

Puig Campana – 16/09/19

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Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions.

Smart Golf

This article is not about your golfing attire and wearing cashmere sweaters and fancy trousers.

We are talking here about how to think your way around the golf course using simple common sense.

Too easy?

I make no apologies for this because failing to take a common sense approach to golf can have a worse impact than a faulty swing technique.

Here are just a few ways in which you can improve this part of your mental approach:

Play the first tee shot in your head

When you are driving (carefully) to the course or before you leave the practise area, visualise and play the first tee shot in your mind over and over again because when your face this shot for real you will feel more confident and should see better results.

Stick to your game plan

Before you commence play you should have a plan or strategy for each hole and stick to it irrespective of how you are playing, your score, how the opposition are playing or the state of the match.

Do not turn one bad shot into two (or more)

Golf is a game or mistakes, you will make them, accept them and do not try miracle shots to recover the situation, accept your punishment and get on with the game.

Putting a good score together

When you find yourself in a position where you have a good score going do not get too defensive, trust your swing and stay aggressive.

Use your shots

The handicapping system gives you shots because you need them so use them to the best of your ability and do not waste them by attacking pins tight to bunkers or hitting woods out of the rough to low index holes.

Play the percentages

Do not attempt shots with a high risk of failure, simply get the ball back into play as safely as possible and get the best score that you can on the hole and get on with the rest of the game.

Eliminate your disaster shots

Golf is not about how good your best shots are BUT is about how bad your bad shots are and so identify what these shots are and take lessons to eliminate them.

Pay full attention

Each shot needs and deserves your full attention so do not play any shot unless you are ready to play the shot properly.

Commit to the shot

Select the club that you feel is correct to play the shot, have no doubts about your selection, be positive and swing with confident controlled aggression.

Take the positives from your round

No matter how badly you have played or scored on the day focus on something positive rather than negative from the round and take these with you to the next game as well as trying to work on the weaker parts of your game.

You see it really is a simple and easy as that!

We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the number below to have instant access to discounted golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us.

The deals shown in the table are some of the best currently available to you from 01/06/18:

Golf Course Price Comments
Alenda €142 Two Players and Buggy
Alicante €114 Two Players and Buggy
Altorreal €120 Two Players and Buggy
Bonalba €100 Two Players and Buggy
Don Cayo (Altea) €88 Two Players and Buggy
El Plantio €86 Two Players and Buggy
Font Del Llop €72 Two Players and Buggy 
La Finca €128 Two Players and Buggy
La Marquesa €45 Single Green Fee (after 1pm)
La Serena €36 Single Green Fee (after 2pm)
Las Colinas €144 Two Green Fees and Buggy
Las Ramblas €104 Two Players and Buggy
Lo Romero €96 Two Players and Buggy
New Sierra Golf €80 Two Green Fees and Buggy
Roda €98 Two Players and Buggy  (from 2pm)
Villamartin €110 Two Players and Buggy
Villaitana Poniente €35 Single Green Fee and Buggy
Vistabella €86 Two Players and Buggy

For bookings and more information contact Mike at info@costa-blanca-greenfees.com or direct on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER.

Hollow Tining Watch

Font del Llop 27/05/18

Alicante, Bonalba, Campoamor, El Plantio, Hac.del Alamo & Vistabella 28/05/18

Alenda,Las Ramblas & Lo Romero 29/05/18

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Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions.

Oxymorons

Before we start lets get it clear that what we are not talking about here is a group of typical young brits who end up sleeping in the open air on the beach after sampling too much cheap Spanish beer.

What we are talking about here is a figure of speech where two ideas of a different meaning are combined such as e.g. ‘cruel kindness’.

Getting the idea!

For the purposes I wish to concentrate on an oxymoron, which is a particular favourite of double former major winner Nick Price, namely ‘cautious aggression’.

Would you believe it that even Seve Ballesteros in his pomp displayed this strategy only he applied it in his own way.

For example playing the final hole of the European Open at Crans-Sur-Sierre in 1995 Seve needed to birdie the last hole to tie but as usual had driven deep in the trees.

He looked for what he called his ‘window of opportunity’ or to you and me a gap in the branches and thrashed the ball forward and on to the edge of the green from where he holed the chip but still lost by one shot to Barry Lane.

However he stated afterwards that if the circumstances had arisen earlier in the round he would have chipped out sideways because there was still time and enough holes available to play catch up BUT on the last hole, he had only one chance of winning and went for it.

Returning to Nick Price he believed that this approach is a ‘state of mind’ or ‘attitude’ that you must take onto the course with you.

In his opinion he will not take on a risky or dangerous golf shot unless there is at least a 90% probability of success  (for Seve the figure would be nearer 80%).

On the golf course, when faced with the risky shot option there are a number of considerations to be made:

  1. The hole you are on.
  2. Your relative position in the tournament.
  3. In matchplay the position of your opponent or the state of the match.

When you have weighed these things up and have made a decision to take a risk, then stand by it through the swing and to the end result, even if this is not good.

After the shot has been played, forget it, good or bad and get ready to play the next shot and never take two risky options consecutively other wise you may be one of the many golfer uttering the phrase “ if it was not for bad luck I would have no luck at all”.

What a load of rubbish this is, it is all about course strategy and making informed decisions decisively and positively when required.

We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the number below to have instant access to discounted golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us.

The deals shown in the table are some of the best currently available to you from 01/03/18:

Golf Course Price Comments
Alenda €142 Two Players and Buggy
Alicante €120 Two Players and Buggy
Altorreal €120 Two Players and Buggy
Bonalba €120 Two Players and Buggy
Don Cayo (Altea) €110 Two Players and Buggy
El Plantio €112 Two Players and Buggy (after 12pm)
Font Del Llop €134 Two Players and Buggy 
La Finca €160 Two Players and Buggy
La Marquesa €45 Single Green Fee (after 1pm)
La Serena €39 Single Green Fee (after 2pm)
Las Colinas €99 Single Green Fee
Las Ramblas €116 Two Players and Buggy
Lo Romero €134 Two Players and Buggy
New Sierra Golf €80 Two Green Fees and Buggy
Roda €98 Two Players and Buggy  (from 2pm)
Villamartin €136 Two Players and Buggy
Villaitana Poniente €48 Single Green Fee and Buggy
Vistabella €106 Two Players and Buggy

Deal of the week: Vistabella €200 for 4 players and 2 buggies.

For Bookings and more information contact Mike at info@costa-blanca-greenfees.com or direct on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER.

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‘Mike Probert talks Golf 21 April 2018

Sponsored by Costa Blanca Green Fee Services.

Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions.

Autogenics

In previous articles you may have read on the subject the writers will have discussed relaxation techniques and these include the old faithful, have a good deep breath and exhale slowly.

Just how does doing this help you in times of stress?

The act of taking deep long breaths from the stomach causes a physical change in your body because the heart rate drops.

In addition the breathing process depresses the subconscious control.

This act is used in many sports just prior or during a given action to aid concentration before focusing on a target.

In effect the breathing process aids visualisation while giving the sense of cleansing or detoxifying the body making it pure and ready for action.

A number of years ago in Bulgaria a controlled breathing technique called ‘autogenics’ was developed as a mind calming process.

Essentially the technique involves a four-count process for counting your breathing in a one second per count.

Confused yet?

Basically the inhale stage involves you taking in equal amounts of air, each of four counts with the last breath fully filling the lungs.

The exhale stage involves you holding your breath for the four counts (approx 4 seconds) then releasing the air for fours counts and again the last exhale empties the lungs completely.

Does the process work?

This technique has been proven to work on all major golf tours BUT appears least effective if the player’s energy levels are totally out of control.

Therefore you should use this technique as you walk to the tee or the green not wait until you are over the tee shot or a critical putt.

The best time to use the autogenics technique is just prior to visualisation of the shot to be undertaken.

This technique can also be used in conjunction with proper tension control.

If you are to use your muscles effectively using proper energy levels is vital.

For example when putting you should grip the as firmly as possible in the address position for a few seconds and then lighten the pressure to that that you require.

This helps to reduce the tension directly in the muscles of action and should be incorporated with the deep breathing process.

If you would like to know more about how to improve the way in which you think on the golf course or would like to improve your golf swing call me today for lessons and see the results for yourself.

We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the number below to have instant access to discounted golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us.

The deals shown in the table are some of the best currently available to you from 01/03/18:

Golf Course
Price
Comments
Alenda
€142
Two Players and Buggy
Alicante
€138
Two Players and Buggy
Altorreal
€120
Two Players and Buggy
Bonalba
€120
Two Players and Buggy
Don Cayo (Altea)
€110
Two Players and Buggy
El Plantio
€112
Two Players and Buggy (after 12pm)
Font Del Llop
€134
Two Players and Buggy 
La Finca
€160
Two Players and Buggy
La Marquesa
€45
Single Green Fee (after 1pm)
La Serena
€41
Single Green Fee (after 2pm)
Las Colinas
€99
Single Green Fee
Las Ramblas
€116
Two Players and Buggy
Lo Romero
€156
Two Players and Buggy
New Sierra Golf
€80
Two Green Fees and Buggy
Roda
€110
Two Players and Buggy  (from 2pm
Villamartin
€136
Two Players and Buggy
Villaitana Poniente
€48
Single Green Fee and Buggy
Vistabella
€106
Two Players and Buggy

 

Deal of the week: Vistabella €200 for 4 players and 2 buggies.

For Bookings and more information contact Mike at info@costa-blanca-greenfees.com or direct on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER.

Quotation of the Week

“All my ex’s have Rolexes” – John Daly

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Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions.

Golf Course Review – La Serena

The La Serena Beach and Golf Resort is located close to Los Alcazares and within a short 10 minute drive from San Javier airport.The main feature of the course is the 500 year old Torre del Rame, which I am informed was originally built as a watch tower for pirates from North Africa.

The course designer was Manuel Pinero the former Ryder Cup star from the winning 1985 team who has created an excellent test of golf with water hazards on sixteen of the eighteen holes positioned to catch shots which are short in length and with a left to right ball flight.

To find the golf course travelling on the AP7 motorway from the North leave the motorway at exit 790 and follow signs for Los Alcazares (centro).After immediately passing under the AP7 motorway, take the first exit signposted ‘camino’ and La Serena golf and follow this narrow road for approx 1km passing the course on your left and with the motorway parallel and to your right. At the junction at the end of the road turn left passing over a small roundabout and the clubhouse is on your left after approx 150 metres.

Travelling from the south also leave the motorway at exit 790 but then turn immediately right  and you will be on the narrow road to the course as described above.

The clubhouse is modern and large in size with excellent restaurant, shower, toilet, locker and changing facilities suitable for one hundred players and a well stocked professional shop.

In my opinion this is what I call a ‘Marmite’ golf course because you will either love it or hate it.

The designer has included water hazards on sixteen of the eighteen holes and additionally has strategically positioned bunkers in the ‘bail out’ areas on the opposite side of the fairway to the water hazards.Whilst this appears at first to be a golfer’s nightmare, in truth any player of average playing ability should be able to position the ball away from the trouble on the course.

If however you hit the golf ball short and ‘crooked’ to the right with a big slice you will find this course testing on the patience and costly on the pocket given the price of new golf balls.

The course opens with a difficult long 494 metre or 544 yard (yellow tees) par 5 hole, which is flanked for the whole length by water on one side and out of bounds on the other and you, will be more than happy to start your round with a par on this hole.The front nine holes do present the better golfer with some good birdie opportunities but if you get too aggressive and take liberties with the course it will jump up and bite you.

The back nine is the tougher of the two ‘halves’ and there are some ‘interesting’ holes and in particular the 292 metre or 321 yard (yellow tees) 10th and the 275 metre or 303 yard (yellow tees)  13th holes with water in front of the greens are ‘make your mind up’ holes where you can either play the ‘percentages’ or hope that ‘fortune favours the brave’ and take on the course designer and be more positive with your shot selection.

The course is usually in good condition and well maintained and is one that you should seriously consider playing when arranging your golfing trip, if you like Marmite of course!

We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the number below to have instant access to discounted golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us.

The deals shown in the table are some of the best currently available to you  from 01/03/18:

Golf Course Price Comments
Alenda €120 Two Players and Buggy
Alicante €138 Two Players and Buggy
Altorreal €120 Two Players and Buggy
Bonalba €120 Two Players and Buggy
Don Cayo (Altea) €110 Two Players and Buggy
El Plantio €112 Two Players and Buggy (after 12pm)
Font Del Llop €134 Two Players and Buggy 
La Finca €160 Two Players and Buggy
La Marquesa €45 Single Green Fee (after 1pm)
La Serena €41 Single Green Fee (after 2pm)
Las Colinas €99 Single Green Fee
Las Ramblas €116 Two Players and Buggy
Lo Romero €156 Two Players and Buggy
New Sierra Golf €90 Two Green Fees and Buggy
Roda €110 Two Players and Buggy  (from 2pm
Villamartin €136 Two Players and Buggy
Villaitana Poniente €48 Single Green Fee and Buggy
Vistabella €106 Two Players and Buggy

Deal of the week: Villaitana Levante @ €63 each including shared buggies for booked 4 balls from 1st-17th March 2018.

For Bookings and more information contact Mike at info@costa-blanca-greenfees.com or direct on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER.

 

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‘Mike Probert talks Golf

Sponsored by Costa Blanca Green Fee Services.

Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions.

Society Golf

Welcome to golf in Spain where the big difference is that golf societies have a big part to play in providing competitive and affordable golf.

Why is it then that many of the local golf societies are in turmoil and rife with internal fallouts and politics?

From my own experiences the arrival of new and better players within a society can cause problems of jealousy as the more established members of the society are forced out of the ‘winners enclosure’ and the league teams.

The very members that were once the backbone of the society than start to play an ‘agent provocateur’ role and the society ultimately implodes and then explodes.

However is there a more fundamental reason for such problems?

If you consider club golf back on the UK with approx 500 members you personally will probably only associate with 10-15 of these members on a regular basis.

These will be people with whom you are comfortable and whom you personally like and trust; hence you enjoy your golfing environment and often as a result play good golf.

On the other hand here on the Costa’s you join a society because a friend or neighbour can ‘get you in’ and because you need to find a way to play cheaper golf.

The typical golf society will have 16-28 members and it is highly unlikely that you will develop the same feelings of comfort and trust with more than perhaps 4 people in your society.

Invariably you will then be forced to play on a regular basis with people that you are not comfortable with as society secretaries rotate players to ensure that no ‘clicks’ are formed within the members.

The result is that because you are not in your ’comfort zone’ you are more easily distracted by outside influences and events, both on and off the golf course with resulting friction, squabbling, ill feeling and poor un-enjoyable golf.

Just press the pause button for a moment if you would!

Correct me if I am wrong but the majority of local golfers came here to the Costa’s for the climate and the more relaxed way of life.

Ask yourself is that what you are getting?

If the answer in NO then you should take corrective action now and either find a new society and play with likeminded people or find ways in which to keep away for society conflicts which prevent you from playing and enjoying good golf.

We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the number below to have instant access to discounted golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us.

The deals shown in the table are some of the best currently available to you until 30/11/17:
Golf Course Price Comments
Alenda €120 Two Players and Buggy
Alicante €64 Single Green Fee and Buggy
Altorreal €106 Two Players and Buggy
Bonalba €100 Two Players and Buggy
Don Cayo (Altea) €94 Two Players and Buggy
El Plantio €112 Two Players and Buggy (after 12pm)
Font Del Llop €134 Two Players and Buggy 
La Finca €148 Two Players and Buggy
La Marquesa €44 Single Green Fee (after 1pm)
La Serena €128 Two Players and Buggy
Las Colinas €90 Single Green Fee
Las Ramblas €110 Two Players and Buggy
Lo Romero €148 Two Players and Buggy
New Sierra Golf €95 Two Green Fees and Buggy
Roda €100 Two Players and Buggy (after 2.30pm)
Villamartin €126 Two Players and Buggy
Villaitana Poniente €57 Single Green Fee and Buggy
Vistabella €88 Two Players and Buggy (weekends)

For Bookings and more information contact Mike at info@costa-blanca-greenfees.com or direct on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER.

Quotation of the Week

Confusius DIDN’T say:

“Man who leaps off cliff jumps to conclusion”

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Sponsored by Costa Blanca Green Fee Services.

Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions.

‘Trouble Shots’

No matter how hard you practise you will be confronted on the golf course by interesting circumstances caused by outside influences or just plain bad luck.

How do you react?

Do you moan and curse your bad luck, give up and wish that you were not on the golf course at all or do you make the best of the challenge facing you and try to get the best result that you can?

If you are armed with adequate information on how the ball will react in these circumstances you will be better prepared from a mental perspective to play the shot with more confidence.

Let us consider just a few of these interesting scenarios:

Ball in a sanded divot on the fairway

You will be left scratching your head when a perfect drive finishes in a divot but you must have a positive outlook on a negative situation.

The sanded divot is just a mini bunker on the fairway and the shot should be executed as a bunker shot.

Take one extra club, swing smoothly, play the ball slightly further back in the stance, swing slightly steeper on the backswing and concentrate on keeping the lower half of your body quiet through the shot.

Mud on the ball

Even if you have played the game of golf for a long time you should not question the fairness of this situation.

However the key to handling this event is to understand how the mud affects ball flight.

As a rule of thumb, the ball will go in the opposite direction to the mud.

If the mud is on the left of the ball it will tend to go to the right and visa versa

The added complication is that the harder you hit the ball the more it spins and will veer even further off line.

The answer is to allow for the change in flight with your alignment, take one extra club, swing smoothly and do not quit on the shot.

Partially submerged ball in a water hazard

If your ball is in a hazard and under water take your medicine, the penalty shot and get on with the game.

However when the ball is only partly submerged, you will have an urge to play it from the hazard but this usually end with you soaking wet and the ball still in the water.

It is not the most difficult shot if you apply the correct technique.

Take off your shoes and socks, put on the waterproof suit and play the shot like an explosion bunker shot.

Open the stance and club face, position the ball forward in the stance, hinge the wrists early on the backswing, focus on a spot one inch behind the ball and swing 50% harder than normal and do not quit on the shot.

If you follow these simple instructions the shots will not appear quite as daunting and can even appear fun at times

We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the number below to have instant access to discounted golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us.

The deals shown in the table are some of the best currently available to you until 31/05/17:

Golf Course Price Comments
Alenda €104 Two Players and Buggy
Alicante €82 Two Green Fees and Buggy (after 12.00pm)
Altorreal €86 Two Players and Buggy
Bonalba €90 Two Players and Buggy
Don Cayo (Altea) €94 Two Players and Buggy
El Plantio €112 Two Players and Buggy (after 12pm)
Font Del Llop €80 Two Players and Buggy
La Finca €110 Two Players and Buggy
La Marquesa €38 Single Green Fee
La Serena €92 Two Players and Buggy
Las Colinas €136 Two Players and Buggy
Las Ramblas €94 Two Players and Buggy
Lo Romero €176 Four Players and Two Buggies
New Sierra Golf €70 Two Green Fees and Buggy
Roda €85 Two Players and Buggy (after 1pm)
Villamartin €102 Two Players and Buggy
Villaitana Levante €90 Two Green Fees and Buggy
Vistabella €62 Two Players and Buggy (weekends)

For Bookings and more information contact Mike at info@costa-blanca-greenfees.com or direct on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER.

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