Son Servera Golf Course - Club de Golf Son Servera
Son Servera Customer Survey Results 2018
Overall Position: 6th
Customer Service Rating: Good to very good
Overall Experience: Good to very good
Speed of Play: Average to good
Condition of Tee-Boxes: Good to very good
Condition of Fairways: Good to very good
Condition of Greens: Good to very good
Comment: Son Servera has retained its 6th place rating for the 2nd year in a row, which demonstrates its popularity, particularly in the north-east of the island, where there are just 4 courses to choose from.
The original 9 hole course opened in 1966 and was named Punta Rotja Golf Club, changing its name shortly afterwards to Club de Golf Son Servera. It was designed by John Harris and Francisco López Segales, and it is the second oldest golf course in Mallorca.
In the spring of 2012 development work at the course was completed, extending the course from 9 to 18 holes, with hole numbers 3 to 7, and 12 to 15, being added to the layout.
The 6,050m (6,616 yards) par-72 parkland course has generous fairways and the rough is kept at a length which means the punishment isn’t too severe if you stray off line.
Those who play the new holes, 3 to 7, often comment how tight they are, as they wind between Mallorcan Pines, leaving no margin for error off the tee. The original 9 holes were all like that, but on the 11th of November 2001 a ferocious storm struck blowing down approximately 2,200 pine trees, and completely changing the dynamics of the course.
The greens are full of subtle undulations and there is water in play on six of the holes.
The course and friendly club house are a favourite of many of the local people, although it still remains 'off the radar' for many visiting golfers. It's worth remembering that the club has come a long way from when the green fee was 150 ptas (0.90€) and the clubhouse was a Coca Cola shack!
In summary Son Servera is a beautiful, challenging, fair, but enjoyable 18 hole golf course that demands good accuracy off the tee, particularly on the front 9 where most of the fairways are relatively narrow.
Factbox - Updated February 2019
Handicap Gentlemen: 36
Handicap Ladies: 36
Buggy Fee (18H): 41€
Buggy Fee (09H): 30€
Electric Trolley (18H): 18€
Electric Trolley (09H): 12€
Club Hire (18H): 30€
Club Hire (09H): 20€
Hollow Coring Dates
03 Jun 19 - 22 Sep 19 (Only 09 holes open)
Do I Need a Buggy?
Son Servera is a flat course, which is easily walkable. Buggies can be driven on the fairways, weather permitting.
Son Servera Golf Course
Carrer del Golf s/n, 07559 Costa de los Pinos, Son Servera, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain