Son Antem West & East Golf Course

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Son Antem West is a championship course which opened to much acclaim in 2001. It is 6325 meters in length from the white tees and is set in truly spectacular surroundings with the Randa mountain as a backdrop. Narrow fairways surrounded by woods and undulating greens are the order of the day on this challenging layout. Laid into typical Mallorcan countryside, the course itself is free from residential development. Wildlife such as hawks, grouse and rabbits is generally all you will see. It is tougher than the East course due to its narrow fairways and raised greens, and the three lakes which come into play on five holes. The most interesting hole is the 15th, a long par-4, played off a raised tee surrounded by water with a dogleg to the left. This calls for an accurate second shot over an undulating approach onto a raised green surrounded by pot bunkers. Another challenge is the 14th hole, which has a green laying directly on the edge of a large lake.

Francisco Lopez Segales designed the Golf Son Antem East course which is built on an old hunting estate - so wildlife is in abundance. The par-72 layout is more suited to beginners and intermediate golfers. It starts with easier holes, and finishes with the more challenging. The most difficult hole is the 15th par-4 (378 meters) as the second shot calls for an accurate drive over water into a relatively small green. Generally the fairways are wide and long, but the approaches to the flat and even greens require some accuracy to ensure an enjoyable and fair round, Five lakes come into play throughout the course, which means it can be quite a challenge for low handicappers too!

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