Debuting on the international golf scene as host of the 2023 Solheim Cup, Finca Cortesin, not to be confused with La Finca Golf, is rated in Spain’s top 5 courses by Golf Digest. Finca Cortesin’s tournament pedigree includes hosting the Volvo World Matchplay on the DP World Tour in 2009, 2011, and 2012.
A Cabell Robinson design, the course enjoys the year-round warm climate to produce exceptional playing conditions, worthy of such prestigious tournaments.
Lined by old Oaks trees, native to the area, the layout feels like a traditional Spanish routing, with testing strategic play required, as the course weaves through the mountains and scrubland.
Barrancas, steep-sided ravines, cut through the course, providing a striking visual and testing feature of the layout. The Par 4, 14th is the signature hole, playing over a ridge off the tee, with the approach over a Barranca into a green, well guarded by tall oaks.
The quaint clubhouse boasts tremendous views. The diving range sits in front of the Terrance making for some of the most scenic practice facilities imaginable.
Set back from the Mediterranean Ocean in the coastal hills, the undulation provides views throughout the round which will stay with you. However, we do recommend a cart to support you on the resulting climbs.
The 5* hotel is world-class, and the spa is rated as one of the best in Europe. If you’re looking for the best accommodation in the Sotogrande area, this is our recommendation.
The resort offers three outstanding restaurants, including REI, the acclaimed Sushi and Mediterranean fusion restaurant is one of the best in the Costa del Sol.
Marbella, Spain’s Costa del Sol cultural and nightlife capital, and neighboring Sotogrande have a world-renowned golf scene. Offering a collection of Spain and Europe’s best courses, after golf you can enjoy Marbella’s large stretch of bars, clubs and restaurants, as well as miles of Mediterranean coastline and beaches.