A Golf Course designed by 'Seve' Ballesteros WELCOME TO IZKI GOLF
This golf course, designed by the renowned Severiano Ballesteros, brings innovation to golf architecture. The design of its spectacular holes and open fairways, surrounded by oaks, beech and holly trees, make playing at Izki a unique experience to enjoy golfing and nature alike.
With the signature of a master
The extensive experience acquired by ‘Seve’ Ballesteros in international tournaments lead him to found Trajectory in 1986. This company has designed several golf courses around the globe, from Scotland to Japan, all conceived with the same personal philosophy, from both an environmental and game-strategy point of view. Seve has made these courses beautiful and highly-demanding for the players. Always aware of the environment, native species, and natural surrounds. A good example of this is Izki Golf, founded in 1994.
Izki Golf numbers: 18 holes, par 72, distributed along 98 hectares (242 acres), with a total length of 7 kilometers.
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This is what they say about Izki Golf
Hole by Hole
Hole 4 / Hard
Initially designed as a par 5, its length makes it one of the most difficult holes to par on the course. Make your tee shot to the left to avoid the trees on the right, leaving a long shot to a green that is barely visible. Bogey is an acceptable result for this hole.
Hole 5 / Protected green
This is a highly strategic short hole, which requires you to leave the ball on the left side of the fairway to get a direct view of the slightly elevated green that dog legs to the right. A long iron or 5-wood tee shot allows you to reach the green using a mid or short iron for a good result.
Hole 8 / No bunkers
For the big hitters, there is an opportunity to reach the green in two, wich is defended by a stream just across the front of the green. For the mid-level player, the strategy is simple: hit the second shot short of the water to leave a wedge to the green to get an easy par. Trying to approach the green in two might mean serious trouble to save par.
Hole 10 / Surrounded by woods
Since this is a narrow hole, a long iron is the best club choice to reach the fairway, but this leaves you with a virtually blind shot to the green. If you are willing to run the risk at your tee shot, the benefit of aiming the fairway is that you will be allowed a clear vision of the green, and the second shot will be very short. A beautiful for both its scenery and technique, possibly the most strategic hole.
Hole 13 / Gorgeous and original
Without a doubt, the most spectacular of all 18 holes for having three platforms separated by two banks. The mid-level players should aim for the first platform to then reach the green with a second stroke, and the higher handicap players should go from platform to platform o avoid the banks. A unique hole, like no other.
Hole 15 / Steep slope
A hole that curves to the right, this magnificent par 4 has an unique challenge where you hit the second shot above your feet due to the fairway curvature. Simply try to stay on the right side of the green to get a par with no further difficulties.
Hole 16 / Full of bunkers
Impressive par 4 with a view to Mount Alavesa and a tee box that is well defended by four bunkers, two on each side. A fifth bunker near the entry to the green makes it difficult to make it in just two shots. The average player should play before this bunker to make an easy par.
Hole 18 / Final test
Start off hitting a shot to the right to avoid the woods straight off the tee box and reach a fairway which curves to the left. The entry to an elevated green is heavily defended by a stream watercourse that makes reaching the green almost unthinkable. Great final hole to decide the game.
Quality and Environment Policy
The Naturgolf’s Management has established an efficient Quality and Environmental Management policy for all interested parties, including members and clients, to enjoy the benefits. We are committed to continuous improvement, preserving the environment, complying with all applicable laws and agreements, as well as adapting to change. Therefore, our Management considers quality and environment preservation as the two single factors that come together in every single activity we develop, taking responsibility as an institution. Therefore, we promote quality and environment preservation as our main goal and first priority for every single member of Izky Golf staff, regardless of their job positions.
On its Board of Directors meeting held on March 25, 1998, Naturgolf S.A., sole proprietor of the Urturi Golf Course, also including ‘Complejo Izki Golf’, approved its Internal Regulations with the purpose of regulating the use of its facilities as well as to regulate the rights and obligations for their members and users through a series of provisions that comprise the regulations. This set of regulations have been updated and modified by the Board of Directors on March 27 2012.
Besides the internal regulations, All Chairman-issued ordinances are required to all users, as established by the Board of Directors, or by entering into agreements with this organism.