La Dama De Noche Golf on the Costa Del Sol Golf, Spain

By: Richard Allard

La Dama de Noche Golf on the Costa del Sol Golf, Spain is situated near Pueto Banus at the gateway to Marbella's famous golf valley and there are good views of La Concha, which is Marbella's emblematic mountain that stands behind the town.

La Dama de Noche Golf is the first course on the Costa del Sol and in fact Spain to stay open 24 hours a day so the crazy amongst you can play through the night if that is what makes you happy.

Designed by Enrique Canales, the course was opened in 1991 and takes its name from the flowering shrub whose night-time fragrance is said to keep mosquitoes away.

This is a nine hole golf course that can be played as a full eighteen and the big innovation here is the lighting system that enables you to play in darkness and this is strategically placed so as not to cast shadows. It is daylight quality and gives maximum visibility therefore making it easy to find your ball. If you want to play nighttime then this must be pre-booked and groups must consist of a minimum of players, presently fifteen.

The golf course itself does not have any rough to worry about but merely a river and two lakes that effect play on nearly every hole. It is a relatively short course by modern standards and play seems to keep at a steady pace here and is an interesting test for golfers of all standards.

On arrival there is ample parking and a pro shop where you pay your green fee, when you have finished your round you can enjoy a drink and a meal at the clubhouse where you will find the staff extremely helpful..

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