Golfing Jobs – Get Work at Golf Courses & Clubs in Spain

Do you want to work in Spain in a golfing job?

On this page we list any current job vacancies in Spain for various golf related work and jobs these include:

  • PGA golf professionals (golf pros)
  • Greenkeepers
  • Club secretary’s
  • Caddies
  • Bar staff
  • Restaurant staff such as waiters, waitresses and chefs
  • Working in the club shop

Spain is probably the best country in Europe to go play golf due to the fantastic weather and climate which ensures good playing conditions all the year round.

Where to Get Spanish Golfing Jobs?

The best area to look for work would be the Costa Del Sol which is located in the south of Spain and naturally it has the best weather.

Between Malaga and Gibraltar alone, there are over 40 courses.

Unfortunately if you only speak English and you do not speak Spanish you will be very limited in the type of golf jobs that you will be able to get in Spain.

Your best bet is to find some sort of golf teaching to expatriates who also do not speak any Spanish.

Popular expatriate areas in Spain include the Costa del Sol with major towns being Marbella, Puerto Banus, Malaga and Mijas.

Popular Spanish islands include Mallorca, Ibiza and Tenerife.

The Costa Blanca coast which includes Alicante would be an excellent choice if you are a golf pro or caddy.

La Manga Golf Careers – Perhaps the most popular golf club in Spain for expatriates is that the La Manga golf club which is extremely international, attracting golfers from all over the world and especially the United Kingdom.

job-spain-graphicIn the summer La Manga golf employ over 1000 staff so the opportunities for working there are good. You won’t necessarily be involved directly in a golfing job, instead you are more likely to be part of the hotel and hospitality staff perhaps serving in the restaurant or bars.

“La Manga Club is one of the world’s finest resorts. Located in an exceptional setting, blessed by a year-round Mediterranean climate and covering an area of some 1400 acres it is truly a sports and leisure paradise, with a luxury spa, golf, tennis, a 5 star hotel, holiday apartments, meetings facilities, over 20 restaurants and bars…”

Below are the best courses on the Costa del Sol of Spain:

Alcaidesa Golf Course – Heathland
Alcaidesa Golf Course – Links
Alhaurin Golf Course
Almenara Golf Course
Antequera Golf Course
Arcos Gardens Golf Club
Atalaya New Golf Course
Atalaya Old Golf Course
Cabopino Golf Course
Calanova Golf Course
Costa Ballena Golf Resort
Doña Julia Golf
El Chaparral Golf Course
El Paraiso Golf Course
El Puerto Golf Course
Estepona Golf Course
Finca Cortesin
Gran Flamingo Golf Course
La Cala Golf Course
La Canada Golf Course
La Duquesa golf
La Quinta Golf Course
La Reserva Golf Course
Lauro Golf
Los Arqueros Golf Course
Los Flamingos Golf Course
Los Naranjos Golf Course
Marbella Golf Course
Mijas Golf Course
Miraflores Golf Course
Monte Mayor Golf Course
Montecastillo Golf Resort
Montenmedio Golf Course
Novo Sancti Petri Golf Course
Parador De Golf
Rio Real Golf Course
San Roque Golf Course (New)
San Roque Golf Course (Old)
Santa Clara Golf Course
Santa Maria Golf Course
Santana Golf Course
Sherry Golf
Sotogrande
The La Manga North Course
The La Manga South Course
The La Manga West Course
Torrequebrada Golf Course
Valderrama Golf Course
Villa Nueva Golf Resort

Employers – List your golf job vacancies such as golf pros, caddies and greenkeepers below for free.

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Comments

  1. Patrick Dawson says:

    Hello,
    My name is Patrick Dawson.
    Im 23 years old,
    I left school and started greenkeeping straight away, I worked at a local course for 4.5 years full time learning all aspects of greenkeeping and throughout this period I completed my SVQ level 2.
    I also have experience in travelling to Sweden and Belgium with this line of work.
    I’m very passionate about my qualities and presentation in greenkeeping, its a job I love doing and I’m seeking a job somewhere in Europe to gain even more experience.

    Im hopeful to receive an opportunity and some feedback.
    Regards

  2. Hi.
    My names Alan and I’m 36 years old. I’m from Ireland but living in la quinta, benahavis malaga. I’m a qualified greenkeeping with a European greenkeeping certificate. If anybody knows of any greenkeeping jobs available on the Costa del sol please let me know.

  3. Stephane Chapel says:

    Forgot to mention in my prvious post that my wife who is working in raciale surgery is omving with me and so if convenient can also work at the golf club in various areas (administration/reception/public relation etc…

  4. Stephane Chapel says:

    Hello,
    My name is Stéphane Chapel.
    I’m a PGA professional for 25 years working in Belgium,I speak five languages and looking for a job as professional or director of golf in the Marbella area.
    we have our own place in Mijas.
    Lost of experience in coaching all levels and juniorcoaching.
    Would love to move to Spain.
    Currently PGA senior champion 2017
    PGA degree obtained in GB at The Belfry national education academy.
    Hopefully some positive reactions,
    Kind regards,
    Stéphane Chapel

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