Real Club La Moraleja can call itself Royal for good reason
Where the golfer is treated like royalty
Golf La Moraleja has been awarded royal status and will now be called Real Club La Moraleja. This is recognition for over 40 years of commitment to providing a truly extraordinary golfing experience. With four Nicklaus designed golf courses, two bearing the Jack Nicklaus signature, and a rich tournament history including hosting multiple Johnnie Walker Classics, Real Club La Moraleja is rightly regarded as one of the best private clubs in Continental Europe.
It is no wonder that in 2017 Course 3 won the World of Leading Golf Award for Best Course Conditions. This perfectionism, the exceptional service, the idyllic environment and the quality from check-in all helped convince the King of Spain, Don Felipe VI, to grant the club the use of the title “Royal”.
HISTORY OF HONORATIONS
The club received the Plaque for Merit in Paddle-Tennis.
The Royal Spanish Golf Federation granted Real Club La Moraleja the Plaque for Merit in Golf
Just a year after its official opening, the U.S. magazine Golf Digest acknowledged Course 3 of Real Club La Moraleja as the second best course in Spain.
Course 3 received the World of Leading Golf Award for the Best Golf Course Conditions.
The King of Spain, Don Felipe VI, granted the club the use of the title of “Royal”.