Course Info

The Aymerich golf course was designed by Blake Stirling and Marco Martin from the Global Golf company. The course offers a repertoire of good facilities. Whether you are a beginner who wants to improve his game by playing relatively longer courses without having to compete with professionals or a professional who wants to improve your performance in short courses, you’ll find what you’re looking for at this particular golf course. Unlike the Costa del Sol’s relatively longer courses that some of the beginners may find a bit daunting, the Aymerich Golf Club courses have just the right length. The view is picturesque all along and moving from hole to hole the magnificence of the Benalmadina coast line will not cease to amaze you.

Facilities Available at the Golf Course

At Aymerich Golf Center you will be able to enjoy evening rounds if you fancy them. Among the facilities available is a flood-lit range for driving and trolleys are available for rent as long as the golf course is open so you’re not bounded by morning hours to enjoy your favorite game. The center is equipped with excellent clubhouse so if you can also bring your family along to enjoy a good meal. The driving range has a practice bunker and putting greens alongside the normal driving area.

Number of Holes, Teeing Grounds and Putting Greens

The course in general has nine holes. All the holes are par three which means you have two hundred and fifty yards or lower to play for. The course has an overall forty eight teeing grounds which is a good number considering that you only have nine holes. Golf courses with nine gets to be played twice. Each time you’ll have the chance to choose a teeing ground from which you’re going to take your first stroke so having forty eight options spread on only nine holes offers a whole lot of varieties to improve and enjoy your game. From the forty eight teeing grounds available there are twenty four putting greens. The green or the putting green is an area at which the grass is trimmed in a meticulous way to increase the precision of the strokes. These areas are only located near the holes of course. The twenty four areas which amount for half of the teeing grounds are covered.

General 18 hole regulation length course
Municipal City Golf Course
Designed by Donald J. Ross, ASGCA/(R) William W. Amick, ASGCA
71 par, 5,886 yards
66.7 rating, 113 slope
Just Golf facility
Green Fees Pease see RATES
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Staff Contact: Lynn White Golf Course Manager
Contact: Kevin Briski, Director of Golf
Golf Professionals: David Bremke, PGA & Mark McDavitt, PGA

Practice Bunkers

Alongside the lit driving range, the Aymeric Golf course offers a practice bunker as well. Bunkers or sand traps are made of artificial sand. You’ll find small and medium bunkers. They have a changing topology and are lower than the fairway. Bunkers usually have a severe slope to make the stroke harder than on normal ground. You may find the bunkers of the Aymerich golf course a bit challenging but definitely the sweat will pay off when you manage to overcome the challenge. Along the course you may find earth bunkers, like small pits in the ground, that are put either to test your skill with lofted shots. Bunkers are a form of gold hazards. A hazard in golf is an area where you have a specific set of additional roles when you take a stroke. For example, a hazard is that you can’t touch the sand unless you are in the process of taking the stroke.

The Most Talked about Hole

The golf course is relatively young with perfect greens. The hole spoken about the most is the eighth hole. This is the hole where you get to enjoy the extraordinary sight of the waterfalls and exceptional sea views. It’s also the most challenging hole but the perfect sea view to the east definitely makes it easier. The hole is long, narrow and has two bunkers to its west.

Fees for Playing on the Course

AS explained earlier, rounds in golf covers eighteen holes, and since the golf course of Aymerich Golf Club is a nine hole course, it requires double rounds. These rounds count as one round when you pay for the rounds. The Aymerich golf certain has several offers and price ranges. A round with a trolley included will cost you in range of forty seven euros. Without the trolley, it will cost you around thirty nine euros. There is a combo offer as well which includes even players with trolley and thirty six holes for sixty euros. The prices are more than reasonable for what the golf course has to offer.


Front Nine
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out
Mens 331 342 134 470 191 298 323 368 480 2937
Ladies 271 281 85 383 126 239 273 303 404 2365
Handicap 15 7 17 1 9 13 11 5 3
Par 4 4 3 5 3 4 4 4 5 36
Back Nine
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In
Mens 318 377 374 164 377 180 336 474 349 2949
Ladies 250 307 286 100 270 102 289 409 278 2291
Handicap 10 6 4 14 8 16 18 2 12
Par 4 4 4 3 4 3 4 5 4 35