A tour to enjoy multiple sensations
Play more than 300 meters high with spectacular views over the Costa Brava. Get lost among the holes that runs through the Natural Park of Les Gavarres. Flanking the many obstacles that separate the field from steep precipices. Contemplate the varied fauna and flora, as well as our large artificial lakes. Play 18 holes enjoying the game and finish savoring our fabulous food.
Playing at Club Golf d’Aro Mas-Nou is an experience that will never be forgotten
The Club de Golf d’Aro, located between Platja d’Aro and Santa Cristina d’Aro (Girona), was designed by Ramón Espinosa at the end of the 1980s. An 18 holes Par 72 course and over 6,200 meters, its construction began in 1988 and it was a great challenge for engineering.
On April 23, 1990, the Golf Golf Club opened with the celebration of the Open Martini PGA and only two years later received the award for “Best European golf course.” Since then, it is considered one of the best courses in Spain thanks to the attention paid to the maintenance and the service that is provided to the client.
Located in the heart of the Costa Brava, surrounded by the Gavarres Natural Park and over than 300 meters high, Club Golf d’Aro – Mas Nou is distinguished for being one of the fields with the best views of the area. Surrounded by native vegetation and wildlife (cork oaks, Mediterranean pines, olive trees …) in Club Golf d’Aro you can enjoy a unique golf experience in one of the most privileged areas of the country.
Seat of tournaments of the European circuit
1990 “Open Martini PGA”
The following professional golf players stand out: Miguel A. Jiménez, Fernando Roca, Joan Anglada, José M. Carriles and the winner Santiago Luna.
1992 “Open Catalonia”
The following professional golf players were present: José M. Olazabal, José M. Cañizares, Sam Torrance, Darren Clarke, Jesper Parnevick, J. Van de Velde and M. Sunesson. The winner was José Rivero.
2006 “Catalonia Ladies Master”
Puntuable game for the European Ladies Tour. 28 female players participated in the Top ranking, 30 from the European women’s circuit and 7 from Spain: Tania Elosegui, Elisa Serramia, Ana Belén Sánchez, Marta Prieto, Laura Cabanillas, Carmen Alonso and Marina Arruti. The French player, Gladys Nocera, was the winner of the event.
2015 “Spain Championship Sub-18 Stroke Play”
Puntuable game for the R & A World Amateur Golf Ranking. Clear domain of the Nordic golfers, who won the first three positions. The winner was the Swedish Alexander George Frances.