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1 Club de Golf Alcanada Alcudia, Spain

The 18-hole-course of the Club de Golf Alcanada, situated directly at the sea, offers and almost ideal terrain, grown with olives, stone pines and oaks…

 

2 Monte Rei Golf & Country Club Vila Nova De Cacela, Portugal

The Golf Club of Monte Rei was situated in the picturesque foothills of the Eastern Algarve…

 

3 Golf & Country Club Praia d'El Rey Obidos, Portugal

The typical links-course for the most part runs directly along the steep coast of the Atlantic Ocean and offers fabulous voews over the sea, dunes, lakes and the typical stone pine groves…

 

4 Thracian Cliffs Resort Bozhurets Village, Kavarna, Bulgaria

"You will not find a golf course like this anywhere else on the planet." Gary Player Framed by rugged coastal cliffs and the vast blue of the Black Sea, the 18-hole Gary Player designed…

 

5 Club de Golf Valderrama Sotogrande, Cádiz, Spain

On the primly private club the Ryder Cup took place in 1997 for the first time in continental Europe…

 

6 PGA Golf de Catalunya Girona, Girona, Spain

The fairways of this course are picturesquely framed by stone pines and crossed by water hazards…

 

7 Golfclub Adamstal Franz Wittmann Ramsau, Austria

The club is situated at the foot of the Unterberg in the middle of the most wooded region in Middle Europe, in Lilienfeld, and therefor in Vienna's classical nearby resort- You play golf in…

 

8 Golfclub Obere Alp e.V.Stühlingen, Germany

The golf course situated on a plateau in the southern part of the Black Forest offers an breathtaking view of the Swiss Alps in clear weather…

 

9 St Andrews Links St Andrews, Fife, UK

Play golf in a landscape of infinite variety, where golf has been played for over 600 years.

 

10 Golf Club St. Leon-Rot Betriebsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG St. Leon-Rot, Germany

The golf course is a successful combination of practicing golf on the highest international level and relaxing in the midst of nature…

 

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