Maioris Golf Course - Golf Maioris
Maioris Customer Survey Results 2017
Overall Position: 15th
Customer Service Rating: Very Good
Overall Experience: Very Good
Speed of Play: Very Good
Condition of Tee-Boxes: Average
Condition of Fairways: Very Good
Condition of Greens: Average
Golf Maioris is the vision of Romeo Sala, (who also owns Pula Golf Resort in the north-east of Mallorca), and the German architect Dieter Cabus. Located just 15 minutes from Palma airport, it's one of the island's younger courses and opened in 2006.
The 6,347 metre, par-72 championship standard golf course has been built to cope with the demands of a hot Spanish summer and remain in excellent condition all year around.
The layout has been carved between pine, olive and carob trees in a classic Mallorcan landscape, and has some of the most generous fairways on the island. Golfers will enjoy the challenge of a course that features four lakes and two island greens; the par-5 fourth and the par-3 13th.
Golf Maioris begins with a gentle par-4, played to a green protected by three sand traps. This is merely a warm-up for sterner challenges, although the track has been designed to offer playability to golfers of all levels.
Unusually, pine trees are situated in the centre of the fairway at the 2nd hole and there is some clever design greenside. Steep run-offs right, left and to the rear of the putting surface make precise approach play a necessity.
The 4th is the first of Maioris' par-5's and features an island green which will surely become a signature of the course. Most golfers will be able to reach this 483 metre hole in three, but for bigger hitters the margin for error between safety and water is slim.
The par-3, 13th is another classic hole. Spanning 155 metres, the green is set over water and is defended by a carob tree and a series of moulding.
You will need to commit completely to your shot to succeed here - a timid approach will be doomed to a watery grave.
Factbox - Updated November 2017
- Handicap Gentlemen: 36
- Handicap Ladies: 44
- Buggy Fee (18H): 40€
- Buggy Fee (09H): 30€
- Electric Trolley: 17€
- Club Hire (18H): 30€
- Club Hire (09H): 15€
- Junior Rate (18H): 42€
- Junior Rate (09H): 36€
Hollow Coring Dates
09 Aug 18 - 13 Aug 18
Do I Need a Buggy?
Golf Maioris is mainly a gentle, undulating course, which can be walked if you are relatively fit. However, on the final few holes you will need to go up a significant slope twice. If you have any concerns about this, then a buggy will be required.