North Course

   La Manga North Course

North Course LayoutThe North was originally built in 1971 and then redeveloped in 2001. It is more undulating than the South Course however it is considered to be the easiest of the three courses at La Manga Club.

Players will often request the Championship South Course but the North Course should not be underestimated as it has several challenging holes and will appeal to most mid to High Handicap players.

North course surrounded by Palm trees, lakes and natural storm gullies known as “barrancas” are key features of the North Course, which is slightly shorter than the South, with tighter fairways and larger greens.

The greens have plenty of movement built in. A good example is the par 3 second, which has three distinct plateaux – a great test of putting. The North Course provides a stern test of shot-making from golfers of all standards, with a deft touch required on the greens.

Ranked 16th in Southern Spain  and 39th overall in Spain

 

 

 

Hole By Hole

Hole  1   Par  4  Yellow Tees   286   S/I  12

 

Hole  2  Par  3  Yellow Tees    94  S/I  18

 

Hole  3  Par  5  Yellow Tees    434  S/I  3

 

Hole  4  Par 3   Yellow Tees   154   S/I 1 4

 

Hole  5  Par  4Yellow Tees    341  S/I  7

 

Hole  6   Par 5 Yellow Tees   468   S/I  1

 

Hole  7    Par 4 Yellow Tees   342   S/I  5

 

Hole  8   Par 3 Yellow Tees    144  S/I  16

 

Hole  9   Par 4 Yellow Tees    300  S/I  9

 

Hole  10  Par  4  Yellow Tees   271   S/I  13

 

Hole  11   Par 4  Yellow Tees     319 S/I  2

 

Hole  12   Par 5  Yellow Tees    505  S/I  10

 

Hole  13    Par 3 Yellow Tees    146  S/I  17

 

Hole  14    Par 4 Yellow Tees     308 S/I  4

 

Hole  15    Par 5 Yellow Tees    456  S/I 8

 

Hole  16    Par 3 Yellow Tees    159  S/I  15

 

Hole  17    Par 4 Yellow Tees    220  S/I 11

 

Hole  18    Par 4 Yellow Tees     360 S/I  6

 

La Manga Club North Course Scorecard

Image Courtesy of Sky Golf

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