The San Roque Club

Cádiz, Spain

Formerly the home of the Domecq sherry family, The San Roque Club sits on an enviable backdrop surrounded by lush hills and historic cork oak woods. The centrepiece of the club is the magnificent Domecq mansion which oozes character.

The club is set within 340 acres of peaceful and natural Andalusian where the ancient Cork Oaks dominate the landscape. San Roque first opened it’s doors in 1991 and quickly became the golf resort of choice in Sotogrande, designed by Dave Thomas the Old Course along with Valderrama and Real Club de Sotogrande became known as the golden triangle of golf. In 1997, during the Ryder Cup held in neighbouring Valderrama, San Roque hosted both the European and American teams and their families and to this day the plaques with the players’ names remain by the door to the suites they occupied. The first event under the clubs belt was the European Tour qualifying school Finals in 1993 held exclusively on the Old Course until 2003.

After a period of major investment during 2020, the Old course was significantly upgraded and re-opened for play in June 2021. Also updated during this period were the clubhouse, driving range and academy, ensuring that the San Roque Club continues to keep its place as one of Europe’s top courses.