Do you want to live a luxury experience in the idyllic Mallorca while you practice your swing in some of the island’s best courses? Mallorca Golf Island can help you make this dream come true: you only need to fill in this form and participate in the raffle to win five nights in the exclusive GPRO Valparaiso Palace Hotel & Spa ***** for two people and one green fee per person in the Golf Park Mallorca Puntiró, Golf Son Muntaner and Golf Son Termes courses. You may participate up until September 27 and enjoy your stay throughout 2021.
GPRO VALPARAISO PALACE HOTEL & SPA *****
“Luxury Urban Resort” in Palma: modern rooms with terrace and sea view 10 minutes from the airport, free parking and close to the best golf courses. Their pools with sea water and their SPA make of their hotel the ideal combination of golf and relax.
One of the elite Jack Nicklaus-designed courses around the world, Golf Park Mallorca Puntiró sticks to the golfing legend’s philosophy in making the most of natural environments to produce the best golf courses. There is an interesting mix of skills required to play the course well with precision and power all required at different times.
Built in 1998, this 5,598m (6,122 yards) par-70 course offers a good test for golfers of all abilities in a fabulous setting. It’s a hilly course surrounded by mountains and takes full advantage of its location with ravines and the natural environment integrated into the experience. While the length of the course is not the biggest difficulty, fast greens and accuracy is required with bunkers and trees providing the golf course’s main defence.
One of three 18-hole golf courses making up Arabella Golf, Golf Son Muntaner opened in 2000 but has plenty of historic connections. The 6,266m (6,852 yards) course is situated in a beautiful spot between the mountain range of Na Burguesa and the Bay of Palma. But although the course is a relatively new addition, a 1000-year-old olive tree on the 15th hole – Na Capitana – which is landmarked by the government of Palma de Mallorca, shows how the landscape has been used sensitively.