Designed by: Greg Norman
Course Information: 45-holes
Lumine Golf Club has 170 hectares devoted to three golf courses with the 45 newest holes in Spain and two club-houses. Each of these courses gives the player a different experience. Not only because of the challenge they pose but also for their design: the 18 holes of the Lakes Course are fully embedded in Nature around the wetlands; the 9 holes in the Ruins Course run between archaeological ruins; and from the 18-hole Hills Course you can view the quarries, pine groves and the sea.
The Hills Course is the course that gives players the most spectacular views. The course, near Cape Salou runs through leafy woods of white pine and extensive plantations of olive and carob trees that climax in incredible views over the sea. Respect and the integration of the course in the terrain have created an attractive, varied course whose length complies with the regulations for high-level competition.
The Lakes Course winds round the Sèquia Major wetlands area, classified as a space of Natural Interest. Mediterranean environment and landscape that are perfect for relaxing in. This is the most technically difficult of the three courses: its Links design makes it a genuine challenge for any golfer.
The Ruins Course is located between the Lakes and Hills course club-houses on the highest slope of the Lumine community. It was previously a zone of olive and carob trees, which have been transplanted so as to conserve the original Mediterranean countryside. Probably the greatest peculiarity of its 9 holes is that they are laid out on fairly flat ground among singular Roman archaeological remains dating from the second century BC. In short, a unique course, where we are not out to distract you, but to ensure that you enjoy each stroke to the utmost.