Costa Esuri West
Opened in 2007, the Costa Esuri West is a lengthy parkland golf course, typical of original American golfing architecture with a distinctive links feel. Neighbouring the Guadiana River, the Costa Esuri West offers spectacular views throughout. Combined with perfectly manicured fairways and some truly memorable holes, at the Costa Esuri West, golfers are set to have an unforgettable round of golf on their golf break in Spain.
The Costa Esuri is typically characterised by its wide and open fairways due to its typical American style. Despite the spacious fairways, golfers must not be lured into a false sense of security; prevailing winds from the Guadiana River frequently interfere with golfers’ scorecards. The Costa Esuri West is undeniably a challenging golf course, measuring to a lengthy 6,607 metres. Despite its length, at no point does the Costa Esuri become repetitive; it is purposefully lengthy to host tour events.
Amateur players should not be put off from playing the Costa Esuri West in fear that it will demand too much from them; it is all in the approach to the greens! Furthermore, with a wide variety of tee off options, higher handicappers here will always be accommodated for. The real challenge at the Costa Esuri West comes in due to its location neighbouring the Guadiana River, the river that creates the border between Spain and Portugal. The prevailing winds simply add to the challenge here whilst also creating some truly spectacular views best admired on the elevated tee position on the 7th hole.
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The Costa Esuri West is a relatively flat golf course, meaning it is easily walkable and a golf buggy is not always an essential. The front and back nine are distinctively different so that golfers here can enjoy a fantastically varied round of golf. The front nine make the most out of the golf course’s position just next to the Guadiana River, offering spectacular sweeping views across the landscape.
Even though the Costa Esuri West is a parkland golf course, the front nine holes boast a distinctive links feel to them. In contrast, the back nine are more set back from the river so they are more sheltered from the coastal winds, however a new challenge is created with several well-placed water hazards. This stunning golf course has been intricately carved into its original landscape to retain its natural features. The link-style holes weave in between valleys, woodlands and marshes filled with the landscape’s natural fauna and flora.