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Mosa Trajectum Golf Club

Address Mosa Trajectum Golf Club, Autovía Murcia San Javier Km., 1,4, Plaza Caserio San Esteban de Mendigo N°1
30155 Baños y Mendigo, Murcia - Costa Cálida
Telephone Caddie Master+34 968 607 209
Holes • 27-hole championship course built according to the highest course specification both USGA and PGA standard
• Challenge Course: Beautiful undulating Par 3 course with subtropical vegetation
Yardage From the whites:
Stone & Olive Course: 6436 m
Pine & Olive Course: 6242 m
Pine & Stone Course: 6554 m
Challenge course (9-hole Par 3): 1726-1386 m
Par 72 - 72 - 72 - 54 for 18 holes
Visitors Advanced booking recommended. Proof of handicap necessary.
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Green Fees
Summer offer: Per day: E
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Course Designer Designed by a team of professionals especially Brian Connelly & Peter Hoogcarspel - 2002
Location 45 minutes drive from Alicante Airport and 15mn from Murcia.
From Alicante take the A7 to Murcia. In Murcia, take the C3319 highway towards Cartagena. Take the San Javier aeropuerto exit & then the Mosa Trajectum to the resort.
Annual Closure No
• Golf Academy / Video analysis
• Driving range (natural grass), pitching and putting greens
• Tennis Courts (Lessons available)
The Parador
• The heart of Mosa Trajectum is a Parador (300 years old Spanish farm), which has been rebuilt into a hotel and restaurant. There is also a small chapel within the buildings.
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About the Course The 27-hole championship course winds its way through the resort and a spectacular and challenging landscape made of varied plants and trees such as mature olive trees, desert cacti, open rock-faces and numerous water features.
An ecological golf course where an ecological foam is used for watering the course, which reduces water consumption and where only recycled water is used.
The Stone Course: Advisable to leave the driver in the bag to achieve a good score.
22.000 cactus, 8.500 palms to start with then the landscape changes to stone river beds.
The Olive Course: A links style course enjoyable by all as long as they keep out of the long grass.
The Pine Course: A testing course with beautiful views over the whole of the resort. Host to the PGA EuroPro Tour in 2004
Plans for the Future The resort will be expanded with commercial zones including shops, boutiques, bars, restaurants, a medical centre and a sports resort. There is also a 5-star hotel planned for the 'hill' overlooking the Parador and also a 4-star hotel adjacent to the Sports Academy.

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