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Hills
Elevated tees, uniquely positioned between natural pine trees and cliffs, combined with panoramic sea views define the Hills course as one of the most exciting in Spain.
A uniquely designed course between pine trees and cliffs

Featuring its very own ‘Amen Corner’, many of the holes are surrounded by water and strategically positioned trees, with the course design demonstrating a true risk and reward finish. Spectacular views of the Mediterranean, the Muntanyes de Prades Massif, and the Llaberia Natural Reserve, complete this exceptional golf experience. 

Par: 72
Meters: 6,378


Hoyo 1
Hoyo 2
Hoyo 3
Hoyo 4
Hoyo 5
Hoyo 6
Hoyo 7
Hoyo 8
Hoyo 9
Hoyo 10
Hoyo 11
Hoyo 12
Hoyo 13
Hoyo 14
Hoyo 15
Hoyo 16
Hoyo 17
Hoyo 18
Hole 1

Getting off to a good start on Hills is critical, as the first is one of the toughest on the course. We are led off on a hard dog-leg, with bunkers well positioned down the right to swallow up any leaked drives. It is, however, a stunning start to the round with some sensational scenery, so will be particularly enjoyable for those who managed to open their accounts with par or better.

Par:
4
M:
367
SI:
17
Hole 2

The second hole mimics the first, being a right-to-left dogleg. The fairway is on the tight side but with two good shot favouring the left half there is a real birdie opportunity early in the round.

Par:
5
M:
544
SI:
15
Hole 4

A good drive down the right-hand side of this hole will make for an easy approach shot. A pull to the left, however, means there is a chance that our competitors could be blocked out for their second shots.

Par:
4
M:
348
SI:
7
Hole 5

This hole on The Hills has a number of bunkers lining the fairway and green. The drive needs to be down the right-hand side to make the approach easier.

Par:
4
M:
354
SI:
9
Hole 6

The 6th is a straightaway hole but not an insignificant one, measuring around 420 yards. As there is no real trouble on the drive, I expect most players to have a straightforward shot into the green, where a shot favouring the right half will bring most success.

Par:
4
M:
410
SI:
11
Hole 10

This is the third par-3 on The Hills and a real birdie opportunity being one of the shortest holes on the course. The green has three sloping sections to it so, depending on the pin position, could leave a tough putt for a two.

Par:
3
M:
159
SI:
10
Hole 11

For this 543 yard par 5, the drive should be down the right to avoid the bunkers and trees shielding the left-hand side. The second shot dog legs to the right, forcing players to make a choice of either laying-up to avoid the large bunker in the middle of the fairway, or throw their chances to the wind and go for green. Short is better than long in this situation as there are bunkers at the back of the green which are not in view from the fairway.

Par:
5
M:
497
SI:
14
Hole 12

The 12th is a shorter par-4 dog leg to the left. With 7 bunkers either side of the fairway a good straight shot is needed here. Players can attack this green in one but the biggest bunker on this hole protects the right hand side of the green.

Par:
4
M:
281
SI:
16
Hoyo 13

The 13th is signature hole and is simply a great par-4. The first priority is to hit the fairway, which is fairly narrow. The approach shot brings the water in front of the green into full focus and, with rough down either side, which we have let grow up with European Tour Qualifying School in mind, the approach can be a little treacherous if you’re not hitting from the short stuff.

Par:
4
M:
403
SI:
8
Hole 14

The final par-3 on the course is a long one, measuring over 220 yards in length with two bunkers short left and long right of the hole. Depending where the flag is and how much the wind may play its part, this is a green can that easily be missed.

Par:
3
M:
211
SI:
6
Hole 16

The second longest par 5 on the course, the tee shot plays over a stretch of water before finding the fairway. There are a collection of pot fairway bunkers on the left hand side so the right hand side is a better option. As the fairway dog legs to the right the second shot would favour a fade to approach the green.

Par:
5
M:
501
SI:
4
Hole 17

If you want to finish the round in style, there is a real opportunity on this hole. A slight fade on the tee shot will set the player up for a 50-yard approach and chance to make birdie.

Par:
4
M:
313
SI:
18
Hole 18

The 18th hole on Hills is another risk and reward finale and is a driveable par-4. Some players will even be able to get there with a 3-wood but there is not a lot of room for error, as wayward shots could see balls lost to the trees or, even worse, the water.

Par:
4
M:
306
SI:
12
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