18 holes Masia Course track

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Masia competition track was Jose Mª Olazábal first signed designed. This 18 holes, 72 par and 6,271 metres track is a full challenge for the golfer. With varied and attractive design, it is specially great valorated among lower handicaps and professionals.

A wide range of international professional championships has been played in his holes, such as the Catalonia Ladies Masters 2007, belonging championship at the Ladies European Tour, or the National Tour Peugeot.

Recorrido Masia

Par 5

Par 5, the hole is in a little slope so the distance is a problem. It could be a birdie hole. The easiest way to achieve it is drive stroking standing a little bit on left side or wood stroking if you are a stroker. Be careful with the right side out. Second stroke will be easy with wood standing to the green right bunker because there is a hazard on the left. The stroke to green must be controlled to avoid crossing it.

Par 3

It isn’t long but a 40 metres large green is protected by a front bunker.

Par 4

Complicated starting game in this Par 4. There are two options: driver or wood stroking through the middle of the street if we are able to overfly the most narrow zone of the street or playing a Lay-up with an iron to avoid it. In the case of playing a Lay-up, do the second stroke standing on the right side slope.

Par 4

Par 4 is much longer than it seems because the second stroke is on incline. Driver stroking standing a little bit on the right side where there is an out but it is complicated to send the ball out. High ball stroke on the second stroke to achieve a two platform green and leave it on the correct one.

Par 3

Par 3 is the most complicated of the field. Green protected by 3 bunkers and a hazard at the back and both sides. Iron 4 stroking needed because it is better to cross it than being shorty. If is not that way the ball could bounce to the hazard on the left.

Par 4

Par 4 played with a driver through the middle of the street. The only second stroke complication is on the left side . That is the reason why we will aim to the right bunker. If the ball goes there, we will need an approach and a finally putt. 48 metres long green.

Par 5

Par 5 with a light left dogleg on slope but risky on the right side. Played with driver through the middle of the street. Iron 1 or wood 3 stroking from there to leave it near the green.

Par 4

Par 4, right side out hole and a Water Obstacle on the left side of the street and the green. Played with one stroke to rough bording the out. Another possibility is aiming to the water with fade stroking. There will be a pitch stroke which never must be failled through the left side flag or even too much backspin because we could send the ball direct to water.

Par 4

Par 4 with left pronounced dogleg. Played with iron 7 aiming to 15 green and the second stroke must be played intentionally to cross it. There is option to risk from yellows aiming directly to green with driver. Two platform green so different from each other and 54 metres large.

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Par 5

Par 5 played with driver aiming a bit to the right. Wood 3 second stroke through the middle but minding that the street turns to be to the right side. Pitch stroking on third place direct to a two platform green ensuring to avoid the right side bunker.

Par 4

Par 4 with upper starting game. The more stroker you are, the more you will need to aim to right side avoiding to cross the street. The less stroker you are, the more you will need to aim to left side ensuring that the olive tree doesn’t disturb on the second stroke. The medium stroker will aim to the olive tree to overfly it. The second stroke to green is easy.

Par 4

Par 4 with upper starting game. Driver stroking to the middle of the street. Second stroke played straight away to the flag ensuring to leave the ball on the correct platform.

Par 5

Par 5 driver stroking through the right side. Wood stroking on second stroke above the right bunker. Little green with two platforms protected by three bunkers. Be careful with crossing the green.

Par 3

Par 3 is the shortest of the field which need hole precision because it is on slope. Easy apparently hole but it could become difficult if we don’t get green. Iron 7 stroking through the left border side of the right bunker.

Par 4

Par 4 short with right dogleg. If you want to risk, you could try driver stroking above the right side trees but be careful with the slice. The pitch second stroke aim to the right side of the flag. Little green with great movement from right to left side. It is important to stop the ball on green and do not cross it.

Par 3

Great movement green from right to left side. If you aim to the flag, you could try to leave the ball on the left side of the flag. If you want to ensure green, you could rather play on the left side because the right side bunker plays a role in the game.

Par 4

Par 4 right dogleg. If you want to risk, you could try driver stroking above the right rough. A more conservative stroke could be leaving the ball near the last bunker on the left side of the street. It would be then a larger stroke but a better entrance to green. The stroke to green must be played through the right side because the green turns to be on the left.

Par 4

Par 4 on a light slope so it is larger than expected. Avoid the street bunkers and try not to do backspin on the stroke to green because it is on slope.