Although the club is one of the oldest in Galicia with more than 70 years of history, all of its sports facilities, including the golf course, were re-opened in summer 2014.
The 18-hole, par-71 golf course is surprising due to its exquisite adaptation to the terrain. Its designer Alfonso Vidaor created an interesting course, respecting the old stonewalls of the Galician “corredoiras” (lanes), as well as the area’s native oaks, birches and chestnut trees. The water hazards and lakes mark the centre of the course, which is more suited to technical players than long drivers; they also provide spectacular views from the clubhouse’s spacious porches.
The rest of the complex’s facilities (swimming pools, covered tennis court, covered paddle tennis court, covered and outdoor children’s playgrounds, gardens, dressing rooms and practice areas) currently make it Galicia’s most complete sports centre.
-Open all year until 11 pm.
-Golf clubs, electric carts and buggies for hire.
-Dressing rooms with lockers, towels.
-Cafeteria and restaurant.
-Golf, tennis and paddle tennis classes.
-Hosting of sports tournaments and events.
How to get there:
Santiago-Carballo road, km 9.7
Coordinates 42o 57’ 1” N, 8o 37’ 54” W
Distance in km to nearby cities
A Coruña 68 km; Ferrol 94 km; Santiago 9.7 km; Lugo 120 km; Ourense 123 km; Pontevedra; 76 km; Vigo 102 km.