Located in the Marbella region, Las Brisas Golf Club stands as one of Spain's most renowned golf courses. It was home to the 1973 Golf World Cup, and it's also the course on which Nick Faldo won the Spanish Open in 1987.
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D. Jose Banus founded Las Brisas Golf Club in 1968. Its original name was "Club de Golf Nueva Andalucia." To design the course, Banus chose an American who was already receiving kudos as one of the brightest golf architects on the scene: Robert Trent Jones.
The par72 course offers 18 holes and a host of water obstacles. Meandering through the greens are two streams, which feed 10 artificial lakes. The greens are protected by bunkers, resulting in a course that has been hailed for its challenging degree of difficulty.
Those who've played at Las Brisas Golf Club have noted that its grounds are imaginative and beautifully landscaped with subtropical plants.
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