The Course

The Course

18 holes to enjoy

Welcome to the course

The 18-hole course with a par of 71 at Gaudí Reus Golf Club can be played perfectly on foot as the slopes are very gentle. It is not the distance that adds difficulty, but rather the various lakes, well-placed bunkers and narrowness of some of the fairways. The course is ideal for all kinds of players at all levels as it enables us to perform a range of shots, forcing us to play with all the clubs in the bag. Its medium-sized fast greens will pose different challenges depending on the position of the flags.

18 holes Par 71

1

Gaudí

A huge bunker in the middle of the fairway complicates the drive.

Par 4 - 360 Metres
2

Gaudí

A large lake and two bunkers protect the green.

Par 4 - 348 Metres
3

Gaudí

The trees make it difficult to recover from misdirected shots.

Par 5 - 481 Metres
4

Gaudí

An island green, one of our iconic features.

Par 3 - 127 Metres
5

Gaudí

A par 5 which commands respect given its length, the out of bounds area and the lake.

Par 5 - 541 Metres
6

Gaudí

A good birdie opportunity if you avoid the bunkers.

Par 3 - 114 Metres
7

Gaudí

The tee shot must be perfect to tackle the dogleg successfully.

Par 4 - 423 Metres
8

Gaudí

A complicated par 3, even if it is not a long hole.

Par 3 - 145 Metres
9

Gaudí

A short par 4 for recovery.

Par 4 - 310 Metres
10

Gaudí

A hole that is more complicated than it seems at first glance.

Par 5 - 449 Metres
11

Gaudí

A good hole that penalises short and misdirected shots.

Par 4 - 393 Metres
12

Gaudí

Another par 3 where making par is a good result.

Par 3 - 170 Metres
13

Gaudí

One of the most beautiful holes with lakes joined by a waterfall.

Par 4 - 290 Metres
14

Gaudí

A long crescent with out of bounds throughout the hole.

Par 5 - 495 Metres
15

Gaudí

Water, forest and out of bounds but with a forgiving green.

Par 4 - 309 Metres
16

Gaudí

The most complicated green on the course.

Par 4 - 340 Metres
17

Gaudí

A collection of six bunkers of all sizes awaits us.

Par 3 - 220 Metres
18

Gaudí

A big hole with two lakes flanking the fairway.

Par 4 - 357 Metres

Green Fees

Come and discover our golf course, an excellent option for both experienced players and beginners who are just starting out with this exciting sport.

Gaudí Golf Club’s Local Rules

The Royal Spanish Golf Federation’s Rules of Golf, the Catalan Golf Federation’s Permanent Local Rules and the following Local Rules apply:

OUT OF BOUNDS

These areas are marked by white stakes, white paint, fences, walls, roads, kerbs, paths and constructions that mark out the area of the course. A ball that crosses a public road and comes to rest in another part of the course is considered out of bounds. There are two internal Out of Bounds, one to the left of Hole 7 and one to the right of Hole 13, which only affect the play of those holes.

MOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS

In addition to those set out in Rule 24, stones in bunkers are considered to be Movable Obstructions (relief as per Rule 24-1).

IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS

In addition to those set out in Rule 24, the following are considered to be Immovable Obstructions (relief as per Rule 24-2b):

A – The tee marks of all the Holes.

B – Stakes marking Water Hazards and Ground under Repair.

C – Stakes marking internal Out of Bounds areas on the 7th and 13th holes, when another hole is being played.

D – The distance markers of 100 and 150 metres to the green entrance.

E – The ropes and stakes that protect the fringe.

F – All course roads, whether or not they are paved.

DROP ZONE ON HOLE 4

There is an optional drop zone on the 4th hole marked for this purpose for balls that have been hit into the Water Hazard. This drop zone is optional, and the player may also proceed according to Rule 26 (Water Hazard ball relief).

PLACEMENT OF THE BALL (Appendix IB-3b)

A ball that is in a closely mown area of the course can be lifted without penalty, cleaned and placed at a maximum distance of 15 cm from where it lay and no closer to the hole. The ball may be placed only once, and is in play when it has been placed (Rule 20-4). If the ball is not marked before it is lifted or is moved in any other way, such as by rolling it with a club, the one-stroke penalty is incurred.

USE OF DEVICES TO MEASURE DISTANCES

According to decision 14-3/0.5, a player can obtain distance information using a device that measures distance only, but not any other conditions that may affect play (slopes, wind speed, etc.).

Tournaments and Events

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