Cabopino Golf on the Costa Del Sol Golf, Spain

By: Richard Allard

Cabopino Golf on the Costa del Sol Golf, Spain is situated opposite the Marina after which it was named, situated approx halfway between Marbella and Fuengirola it is one of the youngest golf courses on the Costa del Sol, Spain.

Opened in April 2001 and designed by Madrin Architect Juan Ligues the golf course features spectacular views over the sea and the beautiful natural surroundings which include some magnificent spreading Pine trees typical of the Costa del Sol.

Cabopino Golf is 5170 metres long and a par of 71 which include three par 3's, two par 5's and thirteen par 4's in its layout, which is of modern design.

The course is young by nature with maturity yet to follow and in view of this the fairways and greens can be quite hard depending whether they have been watered or not.

The longest hole on the golf course is the 14th a 456 metre par-5 and the shortest is the 13th a par-3 which is 134 metres from the yellow Tee.

Among the most spectacular holes is the 3rd a par-4 with a raised tee and a green surrounded by bunkers.

It is a golf course were those with a high handicap will enjoy using all of the clubs in there bag and the lower handicap players will have to take risks on every shot to return a good score.

The easy access from the N340 and the "pay and play" strategy means the golf course is becoming more and more popular visiting golfers, it is advisable to pre-book your golf.

When you have finished your round, why not look in at Cabopino's restaurant Rominos, to enjoy a few refreshments.

For more information about Cabopino Golf Holidays, Scorecard, Course Plan, Directions and Map visit

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