Par 73 / 6,112 metres playing off yellow. A mere 10 minutes' drive from the Salobre Resort is the famous dunes course of Maspalomas, surrounded by a 400 hectare conservation area. Designed by Mackenzie and Ross, the Maspalomas golf course is very long and flat and has wide fairways. Due to its seaside location, there are pleasant breezes, even in the summer months, and these are especially cooling on hot summer days. The Maspalomas golf course has hosted several international tournaments held by the PGA of Europe, but can also be played by higher handicappers due to its fairness, and is a superb destination for holiday golfers. However, the course should not be underestimated and the numerous palms and trees scattered around require a good eye and a precise stroke, otherwise golfers may find themselves in a difficult situation. The strategically-positioned bunkers also require a degree of caution. The greens are slow.
Par 71 / 5,565 metres playing off yellow. Known as "La Bella". The south course at the Salobre Golf & Resort Gran Canaria is in places a demanding golf course and is the only 36-hole course on the island. The landscape is very typical for the southern part of the island, with steep gorges, volcanic soil and views of the mountains and ocean, with the green course standing in stark contrast to its desert surroundings. The south course was opened in 2000 and designed by Roland Faure in close collaboration with Robert Trent Jones. The course can justifiably be described as athletic. It is hilly and has one or two water hazards. Practice facilities are excellent. The driving range has 40 tees and there are two putting greens, a pitching green, a chipping green and a practice bunker. After your round you can relax in the clubhouse with restaurant "La Casa Club" and there is also a pro shop. Buggy hire is included in the green fees.
Par 72 / 5,051 metres playing off yellow. Known as "La Bestia". Designed by Ron Kirby and opened in 2008, a round on this extremely hilly, almost mountainous, north course can be described as athletically demanding. The Salobre Norte course is a desert course and is reminiscent in places of some courses of this kind in Arizona. Golfers with high handicaps may not enjoy playing this course. More experienced golfers, however, will take pleasure in playing it. In addition to the excellent practice facilities mentioned above, the resort is also known for its first-class levels of service. The green fees include buggy hire, mineral water, ball markers, tees and a pitchfork.