Designed by the Finish architect Kosti Kuronnen, Guadalhorce, a par 72, is considered a long course with its 6194 metres. The first nine holes are laid out over gentle slopes and valleys which can be easily tackled on foot, even on the hottest summer days. The whole of the course is surrounded by trees both autochthonous and cultivated and the second nine holes are dotted with various lakes.
One of its most characteristic holes is the 354-metre 6th which has an elevated and treacherously undulating green, though it can still be reached quite easily in 2. Quite another story, however, is the 8th hole, a par-4 and handicap 2, which not only measures 429 metres but also shares the complicated 6th hole green, thus making arriving in 2 strokes on this hole quite a challenge. The Club also has a 9-hole practice green, ideal for children and beginners, a two charming rest areas by holes 7 and 9.