The course was designed by John Harris and Francisco López Segales and is located in “Costa de los Pinos” (Pine coast), in the municipality of Son Servera, the second oldest course on the island it opened in 1967.
Part of the course runs through pine trees and one can enjoy views of the sea of the bay of Cala Millor from many of the holes. On the 11th of November 2001 a severe storm struck down over 2,000 pine trees, and changed completely the appearance of the course.
Early in 2012 work was completed to extend the course from 9 to 18 holes. The new holes are 3 to 7, and 12 to 15. From the third to the seventh hole the fairways are narrow and undulating, some with doglegs that run through the pine trees. The fairways on the last nine holes are flat, much wider and with a short rough. Water hazards come into play on seven holes. The greens are large, undulating, and true making them a joy to putt on.
Do I Need A Buggy? Son Servera undulates in some areas and is easily walkable.