Golf course overview

Las Colinas Golf Course

Note: See the golf course "hole-by-hole" here!

The Las Colinas golf course was designed by Cabill B Robinson who is also responsible for other acclaimed courses such as La Reserva (Soto Grande) and Finca Cortesin on the Costa del Sol and the golf course will be expertly managed by Troon Golf, the world’s leader in upscale golf course management.

The course is set amidst orange and lemon groves, giving a traditional sense to playing golf, and it works its way seamlessly through the natural topography making the best use of the views, hills and valleys.

The golf course has generously wide fairways and more than the usual amount of right to left dog leg holes which will suit the lower handicap golfer who can draw the ball.

Bradley Dredge of the PGA tour has played the course and observed that it was an excellent challenge. In the near future Las Colinas course could be a venue for professional events, particularly as the course is in excess of 7000 yards from the "white" competition tees, and as the greens were so firm and fast.

Mere mortals will find a pleasant mixture of holes with some delightful par 3 holes of little over 100 meters to the par 5 eleventh which measure 534 meters (590 yards) from the yellow tees and an incredible 590 meters (649 yards) from the competition tees.

The course has six lakes which are well positioned to catch errant shots, and they come into play more over the closing holes.

The greens have numerous subtle breaks and undulations and "run" at approx 10.5 on the "Stimp" meter which makes them almost PGA tour standard.

The Driving Range

Whether you are new to game and looking learn to play, or if you want to perfect your well seasoned technique, the driving range at Las Colinas Golf & Country Club provides the perfect opportunity for practicing. Additional skills can be put to the test both on the putting green and the chipping green.

Pitch & Putt

At the far end of the resort is the pitch and putt area. This 9 hole course is the ideal way to develop your short game. A beginning golfer can learn the skills and course etiquette necessary on a regulation golf course and a more advanced player can hone their short game skills. Most importantly, this Pitch & Putt golf course allows families and groups of various abilities to have fun together.

The Club House

The Las Colinas Golf & Country Club Club House is the ideal place to relax after a game. Enjoy a bite to eat and a drink in the comfortable cafeteria or enjoy a full evening meal in the restaurant. Furthermore you can visit the pro shop for all your equipment needs as well as amenities such as Caddy master, changing-rooms and buggy hire.