La Cala Resort is a complex located on the foothills of the Sierra de Mijas, with three tournament golf courses designed by Cabell B. Robinson, providing golfers with an incredible experience.
The Europe Course is par 71 and 6,014 metres-long. This is the widest course at La Cala Resort, perfect for the average golfer, thanks to its generous fairways and flatter terrain. This course is notable for its bridges throughout the circuit and its tunnels for buggies.
The America Course is par 72 and 6,009 metres-long. The circuit is wide with few bunkers, relatively easy; although the hilly topography leads to brush-covered slopes and raised greens. Two of the holes have water hazards, therefore a precise club selection is required for this course.
The Asia Course is par 72 and 5,925 metres-long. The oldest course at La Cala Resort, and the one most respected by professional golfers. It has narrow and short fairways, as well as very demanding holes, that put a premium on the approach shot.