Lauro golf club is located in Alhaurin de la Torre with fantastic views looking down across the Costa del Sol and Spain's golf coast. Set high up in the mountains some 1,000 feet above sea level, an inland course that winds its way through the forested Sierra de Mijas. The Lauro Golf Club first started out as an 18 hole course from its inception in 1992, its popularity soon spread and an additional 9 holes were added in early 1993, designed by Folco Nardi and Mariano Benitez. The golf course is only a short transfer from Malaga.
This 27-hole course with three separate 9 hole loops, each giving a very different challenge. Designed with the average golfer in mind the golf is relatively flat and is well guarded by plenty of trees and forested areas.
This course is well-known for its difficult water hazard on the final hole. Lauro golf course is nothing but a fantastic example of nature and golf as one, the design has not taken away any of its natural beauty, not the most testing of courses, but one that can be enjoyed by golfers of all standards.
After golf, a welcome Cerveza can be enjoyed in the quaint golf clubhouse that has been converted from an original 18th-century farmhouse, which still today holds its charm and character.
Overall a good test of golf in picturesque surroundings and views second-to-none.
Lauro Golf Resort is a luxurious golf resort located on the Costa del Sol, southern Spain. The resort offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains, and its 18-hole golf course is one of the most challenging in Europe.
Golfers will appreciate the excellent facilities at Lauro Golf Resort, including top-quality accommodation, a well-stocked pro shop, a practice range and putting green, and a clubhouse with bars and restaurants. The resort also offers a wide range of leisure activities for guests to enjoy, including swimming pools, tennis courts, and spa treatments