Have you ever thought if riding a golf cart or walking with your gear could have any impact on your golf performance? Or whether being in better shape would make you score better? Actually, how many calories does one burn in a typical golf round? How often you ask yourself whether golf is … Continue reading Is golf really a sport or just a social game
Enjoying golf in an enviable natural setting, with spectacular views to the mountains and sea (including the Rick of Gibraltar and Moroccan coastline), and also being able to play without having to rush, relaxing and avoiding the possibility of other players lurking closely behind..this is a privilege that very few golf courses can offer. But … Continue reading Playing golf at the heights of Marbella Club Golf
David Ferrer – Spanish tennis star Over the years, it has been argued if tennis is an exclusive sport, reserved exclusively for the most affluent social groups with adequate financial resources. Playing tennis has never been a mass sport, mainly due to its complicated rules and a lack of proper infrastructure for tennis courts. Despite … Continue reading David Ferrer – is this the end of the career?
Vuelta a España beginnings The Vuelta a España began in 1935. Initially, a total of 50 brave cyclists began the first Tour of Spain in Madrid. They run with heavy iron bicycles and carried their own patches and tools to fix the breakdowns. However, the event sputtered in its early years, initially due to the … Continue reading Vuelta a España – the world’s 3rd largest cycling competition
ARTICLE #39 – 13 MAY, 2018 SERGIO GARCIA – THE ROAD TO SUCCESS. Sergio Garcia is the winner of the Andalucia Valderrama Masters 2017which was held very locally to Marbella Club Hills. From his early age, Garcia was seen as a supremely talented player; joyful and confident, he often won as a young golfer and … Continue reading Sergio Garcia – the road to success