Aloha is owned and run by its members, so, for their own enjoyment, they insist that the course is kept in excellent condition all year while sustaining a friendly, welcoming ‘laid back’ atmosphere. Due to the policy of continuous improvement, Aloha has become one of the top clubs in Andalucia over the years.

The course was designed by Javier Arana, one of the top Spanish course designers, and opened in 1975. Arana took great care in planting trees that provide flowers and colour at all times of the year enhancing the course's natural beauty to the enjoyment of the player. It may not be long by modern PGA standards, but the intricate layout of the 18-hole course makes for a true test of golf for all handicaps. While most of the fairways are lined by trees and there are several water hazards, the large greens are well guarded, challenging the golfer to hit every kind of shot, be it slice or draw, straight and accurately.

As comfort and hospitality are of major importance to the members and management, Aloha’s restaurant received the highest food distinction awarded by the PGA European Tour. Further delightful refreshments await the golfer at “Chiringuito’s” halfway house. The friendly Aloha staff will wait on guests at the fully stacked Pro Shop and the new ‘golf reception’ as well.


M: 6007 m, CR 72, SL 133, Par 72
W: 5254 m, CR 73.3, SL 125, Par 72


Rental of clubs, buggies and trolleys available.

Green Fee:

Aloha is a members‘ club and open to visitors only from 1 May - 31 Sep. + all of December,
tee times start at 1 pm.

in €
2 green fee + buggy 300

Handicap men 24,2; women 31,5
Reservation required.



Urb. Aloha, Nueva Andalucía
29660 Marbella-Málaga


Tel.: +34 952 907085
Fax: +34 952 812389


President: Rafael Fontán Zubizarreta
Vice President: François Perdrix
Golf Course Superintendent: Juan Álvarez Lozano

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