El Prat – La Mola is Spain’s 3rd Best Golf Resort



Real Club de Golf El Prat, considered as one of the continent’s most prestigious golf courses, is third on the Leading Courses ranking of the top 10 golf resorts in Spain. This ranking is compiled from reviews golfers from all over the world leave on the popular website.

Positive reviews and an exceptional 8.5 rating have made the famous Spanish venue, which offers a mouth-watering choice of 45 holes, one of the top picks among the most demanding golfers from all over Europe.

Marcello Della Vecchia, director of sales and marketing at Real Club de Golf El Prat, believes this recognition is very positive, “We’re proud that our visitors give our Club such good reviews”.
“Our renewed deal with Hotel La Mola is yielding fruit and means we have a more varied, better quality offering, giving players the option to stay in a modern, four-star hotel right on one of Europe’s best golf clubs. We knew this collaboration would be successful and we expect it will be even more so in the future.

Guests staying at La Mola will enjoy semi all-inclusive board including breakfast, daily aperitif with wine, cava and & chef choice snacks as well as unlimited beer, soft drinks and tea/coffee throughout their stay.

The hotel boasts 185 bedrooms, 3 bars, a restaurant and is home to a wide range of services for relaxation and health including spa, infinity pool, steam baths and fitness centre.
A three-night stay at the onsite hotel on a semi all-inclusive basis per person in a double room, two green fees and buggy transportation to the course and back start from €384 (£325), while five nights with three green fees is from €618 (£522) and a seven-night stay with five green fees is from €918 (£775).

Dating back to 1912, El Prat is one of the oldest courses in Spain and remains one of only a small number of clubs to have been granted “Real” or Royal status by King Alfonso XIII.
It has hosted the Spanish Open on 10 occasions and has welcomed some of the biggest names in golf, including home legends Severiano Ballesteros and José Maria Olazábal, eight-time Major winner Tom Watson and European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjørn.

Since 2002, Real Club de Golf El Prat’s layout stretches across the 518-acre estate of BonVilar and cleverly utilises its 45 holes over an exciting mix of three highly acclaimed courses – the Pink, Yellow, and Green.

For more information, please visit https://www.realclubdegolfelprat.com/en/la-mola-resort-spa


• Dating back to 1912, Real Club de Golf El Prat is one of the most renowned clubs in Spain and was granted ‘Real’ or royal status, by King Alfonso XIII after his visit.
• The renowned club has hosted the Spanish Open on 10 occasions: 1956, 1959, 1963, 1971, 1978, 1981, 1998, 1999, 2011 and 2015.
• The current 45 holes were designed by Greg Norman over an exciting mix of five highly acclaimed loops: Abajo, Arriba, Piscina, Bosque and Valles. The Pink course – ranked the fourth best in Spain by Golf Digest magazine – comprises the Arriba and Bosque nines, while the Yellow Course is made up of Piscina and Abajo.
• Real Club de Golf El Prat has created stay-and-play packages to suit everyone. The onsite La Mola offers a complete Resort experience while each of the tree other hotels partners ensure visitors have the perfect base from which to experience its fabulous courses and the historic and cultural sights Barcelona and its surroundings has to offer.
• El Prat is listed 16th in Golf World magazine’s coveted ‘Top 100 Resorts in Continental Europe 2018’ rankings and 19th in National Club Golfer magazine’s ‘Top 100 Golf Resorts in Continental Europe 2018/19’.
• The multi-award-winning El Prat has been granted Spain’s Golden Plaque of the Royal Order of Sporting Merit.
• It has played host to more than 250 top-level national and international championships, including European Tour events, with top stars of the calibre of Sergio Garcia, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, José María Olazábal and Tommy Fleetwood taking part.
• The club has hosted some of the biggest names in golf, with Spanish legends Severiano Ballesteros and José Maria Olazábal, eight-time Major winner Tom Watson and European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjørn among its roll call of previous winners, while Masters champion Sergio Garcia and Pablo Larrazábal are both members.