The first thing that strikes you about Son Termens is its friendliness. Opened in May 1998 Son Termens is a picturesque yet demanding golf course that has been superbly laid out using many local features and a lot of initiative ideas from designers, The Harris Group and José Rodriguez.
A hilly course, it is surrounded by mountains and offers panoramic views towards the Bay of Palma. Set in a valley, it probably takes advantage of its natural terrain more than any other golf course in the Balearics.
Son Termens prides itself in its greens which are of the highest standard. But many of them are protected by bunkers, trees and ravines. This course leaves very little margin for error but, no matter what your handicap, you will always enjoy testing you skills against its par 70.
The 18th hole is a great finishing hole. A dog-leg left, you come off the green and walk up to the elevated clubhouse which overlooks the entire course and is a perfect place to sit and reflect at the end of your round of golf.
Do I Need A Buggy? Son Termens (back nine) is very hilly and buggies are strongly recommended.