OUR GOLF COURSE, FROM A DIFFERENT VIEW

La Marquesa Golf, living history

Hole 1

Demanding hole to begin with, due to its length and because it is accompanied by water to the right all the way up to the green.

Hole 2

Although it’s size can tempt big hitters to reach the green in two shots, since it’s surrounded by water in the front and on the sides, it is recommended to get the ball close to the middle area and to play a third shot to the green.

Hole 3

Looks can be deceiving, the out of bounds on the right, and a very long, hard green, can complicate things.

Hole 4

A tough tee with an out-of-bounds drive, with serious complications to the left, if the shot off the tee is not long and centered, the ball will go out of bounds again.

Hole 5

Due to the long, ‘upside down’ plate shape of the green, the bounce can be highly unpredictable. Difficult to recover from both sides of the green.

Hole 6

Off the tee, the main issue is the out of bounds zone on the entire right-hand side of the fairway, and most of all the second shot according to the position of the flag, can be difficult since the greens are protected by bunkers in the front and on the sides.

Hole 7

The main complications of this hole apart from the distances, are the water on the entire right-hand side followed by an out of bounds area, the narrow entrance to the green and the bunker on the fairway.

Hole 8

This hole can be identified by the ‘dogleg’ on the left-hand side, but its difficulty is in the fact that the golfer would need to shoot a 225 meter drive to clear the lake or play the fairway with the difficulty of the out of bounds on the right and water on the left.

Hole 9

Off the tee, the difficulties are evident, an uneven, narrow fairway and the risk of going out of bounds. The second shot is blind, not at all easy to get oriented and is even more complicated due to the water crossing the fairway approaching an elevated green.

Hole 10

Off the tee, the difficulties are evident, an uneven, narrow fairway and the risk of going out of bounds. The second shot is blind, not at all easy to get oriented and is even more complicated due to the water crossing the fairway approaching an elevated green.

Hole 11

Because of its unique design, it’s the hole you won’t forget when you play the course for the first time. The tee, noticeably elevated, and pear-shaped green surrounded by water in front and to the right, make this hole interesting.

Hole 12

The recovery hole, the big hitters can get close to the green. The difficulty is in calculating the strength of the second shot to the elevated green.

Hole 13

A short hole, but a good start is essential with the fairway surrounded by water on both sides.

Hole 14

Difficult and interesting hole with a very narrow tee, out of bounds to the right and mountains to the left. The second shot can get a bit more complicated as it is uneven. The green’s narrow, steep design can further complicate things.

Hole 15

Its 170 meters, the elevated design of the three-tier green, surrounded by four bunkers in the front and water in the back, makes it the most difficult par 3 of the course. It was designed in 2006 by Carlos Aguilar Quesada.

Hole 16

Though not especially long, with the elevated tee, the obstacle on the entire right-hand side up to the green and protected by a bunker on the tee, only the big hitters can reach the green in two shots.

Hole 17

The shortest par 3 on the course, although comfortable to play because of its distance, difficult to calculate the strength of the shot due to the fact that it is situated between houses and the whirling breeze.

Hole 18

Its 575 meter length make it one of the longest par 5s of the entire Valencian community, accompanied by out of bounds on the entire right-hand side up to the green and water to the left and behind the green, which is a long, small two-tier green.
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