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Lopesan Meloneras Golf Lopesan Hotel Each morning breakfast or evening meal, you can enjoy an extensive selection of top buffet food, dining al fresco with panoramic views over the golf course towards the mountain range. Gran Canaria » Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas: There are two separate courses in and around Las Palmas city, the most famous of which is Spain’s oldest golf club, the Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas, founded in 1891 which is celebrating its Gran Canaria » Anfi Tauro Golf: Anfi 125th anniversary this year. The eighteen Tauro Golf is famously known for being hole par 71 course, designed by Mackenzie designed by Von Hagge, Smelek and Baril Ross in 1956, is in Bandama. Alongside it is who have created over 400 courses across an extinct volcanic crater 800 metres in five continents. Their world renowned diameter and 200 metres deep, testimony work is apparent in Anfi Tauro Golf as the to the volcanic origins of the Canary golfer can enjoy incredible views of the Islands, some 14 million years ago. The Ocean and the spectacular mountains of course enjoys spectacular views of the Valle de Tauro, creating an unforgettable top of the crater and of the sea, as well round of golf. The 18-hole Arizona style as striking ravines. It’s a relatively short course is located in an area of lush green course with narrow fairways, small greens vegetation, with lakes and waterfalls, set and hazards throughout the course. against a dramatic volcanic mountain Next to the first tee is the Villa Bandama backdrop. This extraordinary setting makes Golf Hotel for those who wish to spend the Anfi Tauro golf experience unique. the night near the course, in which the Feature holes at Anfi Tauro is the 8th hole, facilities and service are first class.! surrounded by a bed of red rock or any one of the amazing holes from the 14th to Gran Canaria » El Cortijo Club de Campo: the 17th, which provide sensational view El Cortijo Club de Campo was the venue of the Tauro Valley. for the 2002 Spanish Open, and for many Volume 3 • Issue 40 25