It might be low season to play golf on the Costa del Sol in July and August, but the summer months come with lots of advantages when it comes to a golf holiday. Not only can you enjoy other attractions in the area, you get the opportunity to relax and do what you love most. Best of all? Some of the best green fees of the year. Read on to discover why you should be getting out those clubs this summer on the Costa del Sol.
If you regularly play golf in Marbella, you’ll be aware that despite the year-round sunshine there are some differences between the seasons. Playing a round at the height of summer often differs greatly from a game in the middle of winter. Now that we’re at the height of the summer, lets take a look at how this season affects your golf.
While the best ways to improve your golf are always through practice, expert tuition and perseverance, all three of these take time. But the good news is that there are some quick fixes that help your score card look better. Read on to discover six ways to quickly up your game of golf in the Costa del Sol.
As one of Europe’s prime spots for golf, the Costa del Sol is no stranger to hosting golf tournaments. The Andalucia Valderrama Masters recently took place in Sotogrande in June and this summer sees the celebration of the Arana Cup Costa del Sol golf tournament. Taking place at three golf courses in Marbella, this unique tournament pays homage to Javier Arana, widely considered the best Spanish golf course designer ever.
As any keen golfer knows, golf isn’t a cheap sport to play and green fees often soar in high season or at weekends. However, there are lots of ways of getting a great deal on a round of golf, all of which are easy to implement and effective. Read on to discover 10 simple ways to get the best Costa del Sol green fees.
If you’ve visited Marbella, you’ll already know that the resort is a shining star in gastronomy on the Costa del Sol. Marbella restaurants fly the flag high for the best in Mediterranean cuisine with local produce taking centre stage on the menu. The latest arrival to check out when you’re next in Marbella is El Club at Rio Real, a new look for the restaurant in the golf course’s emblematic boutique hotel.
In Northern Europe it already smells like autumn. The leaves are changing colour and there’s a definite chill in the air. On the Costa del Sol, however, the summer continues and will last well into October. But autumn isn’t just about sunshine and this part of Spain has a busy cultural calendar too. So, if you’re planning a golf break in Marbella and fancy combining it with some great culture, read on to discover our top tips for the best things to do on the Costa del Sol this autumn.
There’s no doubt about it – the swing makes up one of the most important aspects in golf and without a good one, your game will (literally) never get off the ground. But the good news is that there’s plenty you can do to make improve your golf swing and even better, quickly and easily. Read on to discover ten easy tips to improve your golf swing and watch your game rise to the next level.
Ever dreamed of taking your golf to the next level? Of putting it into practice on the course accompanied by a Pro? And then dropping your score by up to 5 on your next round? You might think this scenario sounds too good to be true, but with the Rio Real Stay & Play Like a Pro packages, you really can play golf in Marbella and do your best.
The Costa del Sol and golf have gone hand in hand for nearly a century. Golf on the Costa del Sol offers the chance to enjoy the area’s scenery and sunshine and practise your favourite sport.