The Green course is composed of holes one to five of “Abajo”, the nine of Vallés Golf plus six to nine of “Abajo”. The club’s only par-71, it includes nine longer and more challenging holes and another nine that are easier and more strategic. The Green Course stands out for its short par-threes and very diverse par-fours, where all the clubs in the bag will come into play. It is important to make a good start, so you have a margin for error when facing the 16th and 18th. The first of the par threes is Abajo’s magnificent 188-metre third hole that gently slopes downhill. It requires a long iron in order to reach the huge green that is protected by bunkers to the left of a cluster of trees. But there is still plenty to do on this incredibly tricky green, so make sure your putt goes very close to the pin to avoid posting a card-busting score.