The two golf courses at La Cala are the main attraction of the resort. Both, La Cala North (Par 73) and La Cala South (Par 72) have been designed by North American architect Cabell B. Robinson. In a difficult and winding area, as Robinson says, the terrain for the La Cala course made it my most challenging course construction project.
The North Course starts with the three flattest holes of the resort followed by a narrow and interesting Par 3, where we recommend that you hit the ball onto the green, or you will find yourself in a ravine or bunker. Watch out for the 6th, a difficult uphill index 1 hole. A good drive is needed.
If you have time, walk up to the white tee box on the 16th and take in the spectacular views of the entire resort. You can even see the coastline from this height. Good luck crossing the lake on this par 3 hole. The 18th hole is also interesting. Downhill all the way to the 19th, and there is nothing nicer than relaxing on the terrace of the 19th after a good round of golf.
Ideal complements are the clubhouse with its bar and pro shop, and the prestigious David Leadbetter Golf Academy, with a large driving range, surrounded by a Par 3 course. In the near future, 18 holes (also designed by Robinson) will be added to the facilities.