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Some of the highlights on the courses in this region include -
The 18th Hole at Lo Romero, with its island green provides one of the most enjoyable finishing holes around.
The 7th Hole at Roda, a superb par 3 which plays anything from a 5 wood to an 8 iron depending on the wind conditions.
The 18th on the West Course at La Manga Club offers some of the best views in this region with it's raised tee looking over the Mar Menor and beyond
Amen Corner at Mar Menor where holes 13, 14 and 15 work their way round the lake and provide a simply stunning view.
The 17th at Villamartin, described by Seve Ballesteros as "the best par 3 in Spain".
The elevated tee on hole 8 at Las Colinas offers breath taking vistas all the way down to the Mediterrean Sea.
A classic risk and reward hole is the short par 4 11th on El Valle, the green is within range off the tee for the majority of players, but dont stray off line as the greenside bunkers are unforgiving.
The opening hole at Peraleja is widely regarded as one of the toughest starts to a round on any Spanish Course with water in play from the tee, and then all down the left with the camber of the fairway taking any loose shots towards the lake.
The 4th hole at Hacienda Riquelme is a short par 5, and if you get a decent drive away you will be tempted to go for the green with your second shot, but beware of the water that runs down the left and comes back into play if you are brave enough to take it on in two.
La Serena, Sixteen holes with water in play, you either love it or loath it and it also has a fantastic risk and reward hole. The 13 hole is a short par 4 with the green protected in front by water. The big hitters can easily reach the green and for the more conservative player an 8 iron and a wedge may well just secure a birdie.
The revised hole layout at Saurines de la Torre now ensures a "fun" finish to your round with the par 3 18th hole sure to catch your attention. The green has a massive undulation right through the middle, so if your on the "wrong" level you will do amazingly well to keep a 3-putt off your card.