The 18-hole course at Son Quint was created by James Arnold in 2009 and probably counts as the youngest course on the island. It has been landscaped using the native plants of Mallorca - featuring olive, carob and pine trees. Leyland cypresses provide a lateral protection to one side of the course. Throughout the 6,780 meters length of the course, stone walls typical to Mallorca, oleander bushes and lantana flowers complete a challenging, but fun, short golf course. The course was designed so to make best use of the views down towards the city of Palma and the Bay area.
In addition to Son Quint golf course, there is also Son Quint Executive 9-hole course, which features 3 par holes. This is Mallorca's only public Pitch & Putt course and is a good choice for those new to golf and those wishing to practise their shots.
Son Quint forms part of the Arabella Golf complex in Majorca and guests of the 5 star Arabella Golf and Spa resort receive one green fee per day at the course. Green fees for three other golf courses nearby (Son Muntaner, Son Vida and Son Quint Executive Course) are also included for guests. Green fee reductions are also applicable if you stay at any of the other Starwood hotels on Mallorca (Castillo Son Vida & St Regis Mardavall).
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