The Sanlucar Club de Campo, designed by former Spanish Amateur Champion Borja Quiepo de Llano, is situated in a large expanse of land on the outskirts of the town with unrestricted views over the four cardinal points:

  • South: the historical monuments of Sanlucar de Barrameda
  • West: the Guadalquivir River estuary, the Doñana National Park and the Atlantic Ocean
  • North: the marshy lowlands and the vineyards of the lowlands of the Sherry region
  • East: the villages of Trebujena, Jerez and el Puerto de SM silhouetted against the horizon

The 18 hole, par 72 course combines two very different styles. The first nine holes display a lot of British characteristics, the fairways are tight with small undulations and the holes are scattered with small deep bunkers. The back nine has a more American feel, you will find water obstacles on seven of the holes, several dog-legs and two tiered greens. The actual course itself has been labelled by the Spanish Real Federation of Golf as one of the most demanding courses in Spain making this a challenging course. Afterwards you can relax with an ice cold beer or take a dip in the pool to cool off.


In a range of only 25 kilometers from Sanlucar you find 2 golf courses that are entirely different in style and entourage. There Costa Ballena Golf (B) with 27 + 9 holes along the Atlantic Ocean and Sherry Golf (D) with nice views of the historical city Jerez de la Frontera.

Costa Ballena Golf ( B )

27 Championship holes which are ideal for all types of golfer. Some of the holes run alongside the Atlantic Ocean and the rest is inland, with many water hazards and strategic bunkers.

Sherry Golf ( D )

Sherry Golf consist of a 18 holes Championship course (par 72) and a 9 holes par 3 course. The wide fairways and the spacious greens bestow the class of a very luxurious course.

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