Los Naranjos is a typical Robert Trent Jones Sr. design with generous fairways and strategically placed bunkers and water hazards. The greens, with Penn A4-grass, are spacious and slightly undulated. The tees are long and have four markers: red, yellow, white and black with course lengths starting from 5.131 metres and reaching 6.532 metres at its longest. Since the opening in 1977, Los Naranjos has been the host of several mayor competitions, including the Spanish Open, and is ranked one of the best golf courses in Spain. In 2005 and again in 2008 Los Naranjos was voted Course of the year on the Costa del Sol.
Los Naranjos Golf Marbella Par 72 by Robert Trent Jones
Slope value 1 - 18
Course value 1 - 18
Los Naranjos Golf is committed to the interaction between golf and the environment, since golf courses occupy and manage large green spaces that are habitats for different species, giving rise to a unique ecosystem. Numerous Biodiversity plans in golf courses are in view of being approved by the different autonomous communities of this country.
In order to collaborate with this movement, we have compiled and counted the different types of trees present throughout the course, trying to capture the small ecosystem that a golf course of these characteristics and dimensions represents.