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Salobre Golf - New Course

  • Designed by Ron Kirby, Salobre New (formerly Salobre North) is set apart from the rest of the courses in the Canary Islands.

    This superb golf course has been designed to adapt to its volcanic rock surroundings, which provides a stiff and sometime breathtaking challenge. Never before has a golf course captured the natural beauty of the South of Gran Canaria like this one has, making it an absolute must for all those players who love to play golf in Gran Canaria.  Buggies are compulsory on this course.

    5 nights, 3 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    4 Nov to 24 Nov 2017

    From £939.00

    3 nights, 2 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    4 Nov to 24 Nov 2017

    From £585.00

    3 nights, 2 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    2 Dec to 19 Dec 2017

    From £455.00

    5 nights, 3 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    2 Dec to 19 Dec 2017

    From £725.00

    3 nights, 2 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    5 Jan to 19 Jan 2018

    From £475.00

    5 nights, 3 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    5 Jan to 19 Jan 2018

    From £755.00

    5 nights, 3 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    19 Feb to 23 Mar 2018

    From £849.00

    3 nights, 2 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    19 Feb to 23 Mar 2018

    From £529.00

    3 nights, 2 roundsSheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort

    8 Apr to 30 Apr 2018

    From £455.00

    Overview

    Facilities

    Bar, Buggy Hire, Changing Facilities, Driving Range, Golf lessons with PGA Professionals, Par 72, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Restaurant, Trolley Hire

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    However the challenge does not stop at the end of the front nine; the back nine holes weave across the undulating landscape. Another notable hole on this course includes the two-tiered green featured on the 10th hole. This hole has been constructed to push golfers to their limits with its strategically contoured landscape and sloped terrain. The challenge is only intensified when players reach the 16th hole, where a lengthy putting green is lined with a water hazard. The Salobre New Course certainly bears more of a challenge than its predecessor sister course, the Old Course. However its challenge is often compensated with the shorter holes, where players will find they will be rewarded with good results if they use the right strategy in their approach.

    If you find you have lost count of how many balls you have lost to the rocky drop-offs or harsh desert scrub, then you can simply take a break and enjoy the breath-taking scenery. Despite its recent construction in 2008, this links-themed course has already established itself as one of the best courses for an unforgettable challenge in the Canary Island. The Salobre New Course never fails to surprise players looking for a unique experience in a breath-taking landscape.
     

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