Pula Golf, where this week’s European Tour event, the Mallorca Classic, is to be played, nestles on Mallorca at Son Servera.
Pula Golf, where this week’s European Tour event, the Mallorca Classic, is to be played, is a relatively new club which nestles on the island of Mallorca at Son Servera.
Pula’s 18-hole Championship course, framed by the renowned natural parks of Son Servera and the beautiful Bay of Calla Millor, was founded in 1995, but has subsequently undergone extensive redesign work by Jose Maria Olazabal.
The Spanish club and everything that goes with it was established with the idea of offering its clients a luxurious combination of golf, gastronomy and accommodation in a “pleasant, privileged and exclusive location – and it has succeeded handsomely.
THE GOLF COOURSE:
Pula was founded in 1995, but since then has undergone substantial redesign work under the guidance of one of Spain’s foremost professionals, two-time Masters winner Jose Maria Olazabal
Six holes were completed in 2004, another six in 2005 and the final six in 2006 and today Pula Golf can boast that its par-70,6,105 metre course is the longest and most demanding in Majorca and has been the venue for many important Spanish tournaments, both professional and amateur.
Along with the last five Mallorca Classics and the Peugeot Circuit’s OKI championship, these include the men’s and junior Spanish Amateur championships.
You can see the green from the tee at 14 of its parkland holes, even off the back tees, but you will need to hit a good drive if you are to see the green while making your second shot on the other four holes.
Men’s tees: Yellows 5.648mts; Whites 6.006mts.
Lady’s tees: reds 4.980mts; blues 5.179mts
Par: 72 to club golfers, but a par 70 to the professionals
Slope: Whites 137; Yellows 135; Blues 134; Reds 132
To see a map of the course with hole by hole detail, you should visit: http://www.pulagolf.com/english/pulagolf_ing.htm
– An especially large driving range with two putting greens and a pitching area with a green
– A well-stocked pro-shop called ‘Handicap’ which sells an extensive range or golf equipment and clothing
– three restaurants offering a wide range of meals. They are:
The Café De Pula – a popular place for having an after-match drink and snack on a terrace with panoramic views of the golf course.
S’Era De Pula – where the gourmet can find a menu which offers a fusion of modern cooking with Mediterranean kitchen, and then there is…
The Pasta Pula, designed by Agatha Ruiz de la Prada for lovers of the Italian kitchen.
– An outstanding hotel, the Petit Hotel Ses Cases De Pula, which is situated next to the golf course. The original building, ‘an antique finca’ dates back to the year 1581, but was extensively up-graded in 1997 with lots of style and converted to a hotel of 10 suites, each one with an individual and different design and with all the comforts of modern life including, Satellite-TV, HiFi, and a Minibar, etc., without loosing its original charm.
The hotel also includes the free use of a spa offering tennis, a sauna, hydro massage, Jacuzzi, a Turkish bath and a gym
New 12-month annual memberships available as follows:
– Individual Membership (one person) 2.000 Euros
– Family Membership (2 persons) 3.000 Euros
– Junior Membership (under 16 years) 1.000 Euros
Note: Annual members get a 10% discount in the pro-shop (except on balls and marked down products already reduced in price) and they may reserve their start times (except in the months of March, April, May and October or on days of tournaments).
Three and 12-month temporary memberships also available.
Green-Fee 18 holes (Hcp over 36 from 14:00h)
01/01/10 to 15/02/10, 16/06/10 to 15/09/10 and 16/11/10 to 31/12/10 – 80 €
16/02/10 to 15/06/10, 16/09/10 to 15/11/10 – 100 €
Driving Range 9,00 Euros
Buggy 36,00 Euros
Trolley 6,00 Euros
Balls (50) 4,00 Euros
Club hire – ½ Set: 15,00 Euros
Club hire – full Set 30,00 Euros
Note: – we suggest you contact the club for confirmation of rates at
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Club opened: 5th November 1995
Redesigned by José M. Olazabal and supervised of the PGA in 2004
Director and president: Romeo Sala Massanet
Resident club professionals: Markus Baltes / Dieter Cabus
Telephone:. + 34 + 971 81 70 34
Fax: + 34 + 971 81 70 35
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