From the elevated first tee, Son Gual promises to be a course you will remember - and it doesn't disappoint. Thomas Himmel's design is well thought out and incredibly challenging, making the best possible use of the 156 hectares of gently rolling Mallorcan landscape, just outside the capital of Palma. The course is laid out in two very distinctive halves: the front nine running along the extremity of the estate, with the second encompassed within its centre.
Guests will also be wowed throughout their round by the constant towering presence of the estate's Palacio, perched atop the course, guarding the estate. Harmoniously dispersed throughout the course are 66 strategically placed bunkers, more than 1,000 olive trees, enticing water hazards, neighbouring fields of colourful wild flowers and Son Gual's own perfectly tended vineyards, making it one of the most spectacular courses in the Mediterranean region.