The Canary Islands lie simply off the African Atlantic coast line and take advantage of an amazing climate due to their southern location. The Sheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Resort is a high-end 5 Star Resort, the home of 2 18 hole golf courses walking distance from the hotel. Checkout this guide, which will offer you an understanding into this stunning resort, perfect for a golf vacation in the sun.


Gran Canaria is typically referred to as the island of everlasting spring due to the sunshine climate that is taken pleasure in all year round. There is little rain in the Gran Canaries, specifically in the summertime where it is entirely dry.


The Salobre Golf Resort is the only resort on the island which has two 18 hole courses; the Old Course and the New Course Both courses are located just meters away from the Hotel, so you can delight in a nice breakfast and after that walk onto the very first tee.

The Old Course

The Salobre Old Course was designed by Roland Favret and was opened for the play in the year 2000. It has hosted several widely known events consisting of the 2006 Spanish PGA and the senior and women’s champions in Spain in 2001.

Yardage 5825 Meters (6370 Yards)

Par 71
Course opened in 2000
Designer Roland Favret

The New Course

The New course opened 8 years later in 2008 and was designed by Ron Kirby. It is highly recommended as one of the leading courses on the island by regular visitors.
Yardage 5239 Meters (5,729 Yards).
Par 71
Course opened in 2008
Designer Ron Kirby


The Sheraton Gran Canaria Hotel is opposite the two 18 hole golf courses, and has spectacular views of the sea and the mountain comes to a head. There are 313 rooms that differ from Deluxe to Premier spaces and junior suites to the Presidential suite.
There are many food & drink options readily available consisting of three restaurants to pick from. My suggestion would be the Gastrobar Camaleon, where you can delight in Spanish tapas to share among friends and family.


The Aloe Spa is the best place to relax, relax and take advantage of the treatments that use the latest technologies. Also at the health spa, is an open air swimming pool with therapeutic cervical jets and a hydro thermal center, which can hold up to 30 people at one time.
The most luxury and soothing part of the medical spa has to be the Balinese Beds. The beds are located in the sunset zone of the resort with stunning sea and mountain views. You can just relax and unwind and enjoy a sunset massage and even a cocktail.


Gran Canaria is not felt in one's bones as a great playing golf destination but also as a great place for a family holiday. Here are some suggestions for the time when you might need a break from the fairways and want to enjoy what the island needs to offer.

Top Diving Dive Center.

Diving in the calm and clear waters in the South of Gran Canaria all by boat straight out of the Puerto Escala harbor in Puerto Rico! Novices are welcome! The dive websites are the best available off the south coast of Gran Canaria and are quickly and quickly reached by a brief boat journey.

Pro Surfing Company.

Spend your day surfing, windsurfing or kitesurfing! Novices are welcome as there are instructors to teach you along the way!

Fish On.

Go on an experience deep Sea fishing out in the gorgeous coast of Gran Canaria. There’s a friendly and well-informed captain on board in order to help you.

Vacation World Maspalomas

Delight in a fun day out at the biggest funfair on the Canary Islands features various amazing attractions such as a timeless 27-metre-high Ferris wheel, a rollercoaster, dodgems, shooting stalls, seal and parrot shows and a lot more things to entertain the kids. It also consists of a leisure centre consisting of a bowling street, amusement games, a wellness centre with a spa and a state-of-the-art gym, different caf’s and dining establishments as well as 2 nightclubs.

Cosi Come Sei

Rated number 1 out of 160 dining establishments in Puerto Rico by means of Tripadvisor. The dining establishment address is 35130 Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria, Spain.


The Salobre Resort is only 22 miles far from Gran Canaria Airport, which will take roughly 40 minutes. The cost of a taxi from the airport to the resort is around 50.
There you have it! Hopefully we have offered you an understanding into this wonderful golf destination. Please have a look at Your Golf Travel to view our newest offers at the Sheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Resort.

Thursday's high school scoreboard

Blossom Valley
Mount Hamilton Division
Leland 3, Branham 1
Branham 010"000"0-- 1"2"3
| Leland 100"110"x-- 3"5"1
WP-- Flocchini (4-1). LP-- Sabouri (3-3). SV-- Meggs (7). HR-- Meggs (L). Leading players-- Marino (B) hit, run; Meggs (L) 2 hits, RBI, 2 runs. Records-- Branham 7-7, 0-5; Leland 10-2, 3-2
Santa Clara Valley
El Camino Division
Mountain View 10, Gunn 0.
Gunn 000"000"0-- 0"6"2
Mountain View 410"302"x-- 10"10"0
WP-- Banks (6 Ks). LP-- not readily available. Top gamer-- Blanchfield (MV) 2 hits, 2B, 2 RBIs, run, SF. Record-- Mountain View 9-4-1, 4-2.
Monta Vista 3, Santa Clara 2.
Santa Clara 002"000"0-- 2"5"0
Monta Vista 001"011"x-- 3"6"0
Top players-- Vehikite (SC) 2 hits, run; Ding (MV) 2 hits, RBI, run. Records-- Santa Clara 10-6, 3-2; Monta Vista 7-7, 3-2
Ocean Division
Woodside 2, Half Moon Bay 1
Half Moon Bay 000"010"0-- 1"7"0
Woodside 000"100"1-- 2"9"2
WP-- Kruger (3-0, 7 Ks). LP-- Goldbach (0-2). Top gamer-- Meighen (HMB) 2 hits, 2B; Arsan (W) 2 hits, 2B Records-- Half Moon Bay 8-5, 3-3; Woodside 4-6, 3-1
Cunningham Tournament
At Bellarmine College Prep
Bellarmine 4, Capuchino 2
Capuchino 200"000"0-- 2"2"0
Bellarmine 002"200"x-- 4"8"2
WP-- Iyer (3-0, CG, 0 BB). LP-- Katout. Leading players-- Enriquez (C) 2 hits, 2B, RBI, run; Lazar (B) hit, RBI, run, 2 SB, HBP. Records-- Capuchino 5-8; Bellarmine 10-2

Crown Classic.

At Valley Christian High
Leigh 4, Washington-Fremont 1
Washington 000"000"1-- 1"3"1
Leigh 100"210"x-- 4"9"1
WP-- Remmel (2-1, CG). LP-- Rodriguez (0-1). Top gamer-- Cabri (L) 2 hits, RBI, run, SB Records-- Washington-Fremont 1-5-1; Leigh 7-8.
Valley Christian 5, Sacred Heart Prep 2
Sacred Heart Prep 000"200"0-- 2"2"1
S Valley Christian 001"130"x-- 5"8"1
WP-- Medrano. LP-- not offered. Top gamer-- Flores (VC) 2 2B, RBI. Records-- Sacred Heart Prep 4-10 Valley Christian 9-6.
Batting Against Cancer
Oak Grove 4, Menlo-Atherton 1
Menlo-Atherton 000"000"1-- 1"1"1
Oak Grove 000"013"x-- 4"6"1
WP-- Ryan (3-2, CG, 14 Ks, 1 H). LP-- Conrad (0-1). Leading player-- Mariscal (OG) 2 RBIs. Records-- Menlo-Atherton 4-11; Oak Grove 5-3-1.
Hillsdale 5, Archbishop Riordan 2
Riordan 000"020"0-- 2
Hillsdale 200"030"x-- 5
WP-- B. Wetteland. LP-- not offered. Top player-- Courtney (H) 2B, 3 RBIs. Records-- Archbishop Riordan 2-8; Hillsdale 7-4-1.
Archbishop Mitty 14, Gilroy 1 (5)
Gilroy 100"00-- 1"5"2
Archbishop Mitty 424"4x-- 14"13"1
WP-- Goicovich. LP-- not available. Top player-- Bauerle (AM) 3 hits, 2 2B. Records-- Gilroy 6-4; Archbishop Mitty 8-6
Santa Teresa 11, Harbor 6
At Municipal Stadium
Santa Teresa 100"730"0-- 11"10"0
Harbor 000"500"1-- 6"9"4
Top players-- Bowman (ST) 2 hits, 3B, 4 RBIs, run; Wiechman (H) hit, RBI. Records-- Santa Teresa 5-4-1; Harbor 8-5
Blossom Valley
Mount Hamilton Division
Leigh 11, Leland 5.
Leland 000"140"0-- 5"10"2
Leigh 420"005"x-- 11"16"3
SV-- Danenberg (2). Records-- Leland 5-4, 2-3; Leigh 9-1, 3-1
Leader 10, Westmont 0 (5)
Pioneer 130"33-- 10"11"0
Westmont 000"00-- 0"0"3
WP-- Azevedo (12-1, best video game, 11 Ks). LP-- Richardson. HR-- Solis (P). Leading gamers-- Garcia (P) 3 hits, 2 2B, 3 RBIs. Records-- Pioneer 12-1, 4-1; Westmont 3-8, 1-3.
Santa Clara Valley
El Camino Division
Mountain View 10, Palo Alto 0
Mountain View 103"501"0-- 10"11"1
Palo Alto 000"000"0-- 0"3"5
WP-- Boyle (5-3, CG). LP-- Swezey. Top gamers-- Fong (MV) 2 hits, 4 RBIs; Liu (PA) 2B. Records-- Mountain View 6-3, 3-0; Palo Alto 3-10, 2-3.
Nor Cal Classic
At Tracy Sports Complex
Enochs 4, Castilleja 1
Castilleja 000"010"0-- 1"5"7
Enochs 000"040"x-- 4"5"1
Top gamer-- Wang (C) 2 hits, 2B, RBI. Records-- Castilleja 5-5; Enochs 5-2
Castilleja 10, Le Grand 0 (4)
| Le Grand 000"0-- 0"4"5
Castilleja 307"x-- 10"10"0
WP-- Thakurta (6-5). LP-- Lud. Leading player-- Johnson (C) 2B. Records-- Le Grand 1-12; Castilleja 6-5
El Camino 11, Westmoor 0
Westmoor 000"000"0-- 0"2"1
El Camino 001"604"x-- 11"7"0
WP-- Prieto. LP-- Prieto. Top gamer-- Vargas (W) 2 2B, 5
RBIs Records-- Westmoor 1-5; El Camino 4-7 Santa Clara 8, Willow Glen 7
Santa Clara 310"030"1-- 8"10"1
Willow Glen 301"000"3-- 7"14"1
WP-- Teixeira (1-0). LP-- Moreno. Top players-- Hiett (SC) 3B, 4 RBIs; Carrasco (WG) 4 hits, 2 2B, 3 runs. Records-- Santa Clara 7-6; Willow Glen 3-9. Kids tennis
Blossom Valley
Mount Hamilton Division
Leader 5, Piedmont Hills 2

At Piedmont Hills

No. 1 singles-- Tjoa (Pioneer) d. Ninh 6-3, 6-1. No. 1 doubles-- Pham-Lee (Pioneer) d. not readily available 6-2, 7-5.
Records-- Pioneer 1-11, 1-9; Piedmont Hills 1-9 in department
Santa Teresa Division
Prospect 7, Independence 0
At Independence
No. 1 songs-- Hargraves d. Voung 6-0, 6-0. No. 1 doubles-- Mittal-Hovakimyan d. Lin-Tran 6-1, 6-0
Records-- Prospect 7-0; Independence 0-8
Santa Clara Valley
De Anza Division
Monta Vista 6, Lynbrook 1
At Lynbrook
No. 1 singles-- Prabhakar (MV) d. Dong 6-1, 6-2. No. 1 doubles-- Loke-Wu (MV) d. Chong-Ajariupa 6-3, 6-1. Tape-- Monta Vista 9-2, 7-1
Gunn 5, Palo Alto 2
At Gunn.
No. 1 songs-- Matta (PA) d. Rao 7-6 (8-6), 4-6 (10-4). No. 1 doubles-- Vladimirov-De Silva (G) d. Shaw-Embersits 6-1, 6-3
Tape-- Gunn 9-4, 5-4
El Camino Division
Fremont 5, Wilcox 2

At Wilcox

No. 1 singles-- Zheng (F) d. Huynh 6-1, 6-0. No. 1 doubles-- Cori-Bhat (F) d. Nguyen-Le 6-3, 6-2.
Records-- Fremont 6-2; Wilcox 2-7.
Los Altos 7, Santa Clara 0.
At Los Altos
No. 1 songs-- Jenab d. Lee 6-1, 6-2. No. 1 doubles-- Nelson- Ko d. Barcenas- Danz 6-0, 6-0. Kids track and field
Blossom Valley
Santa Teresa Division
Sobrato 73, Prospect 53

At Sobrato

4x100 relay-- Prospect 45.80; 1,600-- Morrow (P) 4:52.12; 400-- Williams (S) 55.07; 100-- Sutter (S) 11.24; 800-- Dozier (S) 2:25.95;.
300 difficulties-- Williams (S) 47.04; 200-- Sutter (S) 23.41; 3,200-- Izzy (P) 11:34.41; 4x400 relay-- Sobrato 3:57.06; Shot put-- Alverado (P) 41-6; Discus-- Alverado (P) 113-2; High jump-- Williams (S) 5-8; Pole vault-- Swidler (P) 10-6; Long jump-- Singh (S) 20-11; Triple jump-- Williams (S) 36-10.
Tape-- Sobrato 2-2.
Lincoln 75, Pioneer 61.

At Pioneer

4x100 relay-- Lincoln, 47.59; 1,600-- Liebscher (P) 4:46.99; 110 hurdles-- Huntley (L) 16.67; 400-- Vazquez (L) 53.35; 100-- Martinez (L) 11.55; 800-- Zhou (L) 2:05.22; 300 hurdles-- Armenta (L) 45.03; 200-- Williams (L) 23.14; 3,200-- Garaffo (P) 10:26.98; 4x400 relay-- Lincoln, 3:36.10; Shot put-- Brewer (P) 38-4; Discus-- Dick (P) 128-1; High jump-- Huntley (L) 6-0; Pole vault-- Garcia (P) 8-6; Long jump-- Nuez (P) 19-3; Triple jump-- Farakesh (P) 40-4.
Bay Division
Westmoor 79, Terra Nova 57

At Westmoor

4x100 relay-- Westmoor, 45.3; 1,600-- Villarreal (W) 4:50; 110 hurdles-- Chao (W) 16.3; 400-- Micheletti (TN) 53.31; 100-- Tomei (TN) 11.7; 800-- Lin (W) 2:08; 300 obstacles-- Daughtry (TN) 44.6; 200-- Tamacas (W) 23.7; 3,200-- Villarreal (W) 11:13; 4x400 relay-- Westmoor, 3:43.7; Shot put-- Francisco (TN) 38-4; Discus-- Francisco (TN) 128-0; High jump-- Daughtry (TN) 5-4; Pole vault-- Chung (W) 10-0; Long jump-- Chung (W) 19-2; Triple jump-- Saw (W) 40-4.
Records-- Terra Nova 0-2; Westmoor 1-1
Ladies track and field
Bloom Valley
Mount Hamilton Division.
Willow Glen 97, Leigh 38.

At Willow Glen

4x100 relay-- Willow Glen (Shelby, Barry. De Cruz, Groce) 55.22; 1,600-- Wilkinson (WG) 5:56.36; 110 difficulties-- Groce (WG) 16.59; 400-- Kamara (L) 1:05.26; 100-- Le (L) 13.25; 800-- Wilkinson (WG) 2:33.92; 300 hurdles-- Seay (WG) 53.89; 200-- Le (L) 27.37; 3,200-- Clark (WG) 13:52.84; 4x400 relay-- Willow Glen (Williams, Sanchez, Seay, Carley) 4:55.6; Shot put-- Tonga (WG) 35-3; Discus-- Nnoli (WG) 126; High jump-- Kennedy (L) 4-8; Pole vault-- Shelby (WG) 7-6; Long jump-- Hana (L) 15-1; Triple jump-- Le (L) 35-2.
Records-- Leigh 0-2; Willow Glen 1-1
Santa Teresa Division
Prospect 77, Sobrato 58

At Sobrato

4x100 relay-- Prospect, 53.43; 1,600-- Harris (S) 5:30.01; 110 difficulties-- Sawatzky (P) 18.27; 400-- Marques (P) 1:07.20; 100-- Silva (S) 13.37; 800-- Damen (P) 2:31.06; 300 difficulties-- Tran (S) 54.31; 200-- Habte (P) 28.87; 3,200-- Baron (P) 12:19.36; 4x400 relay-- Prospect, 4:36.72; Shot put-- Ferdun 25-11; Discus-- Ferdun 92-5; High jump-- Beers (P) 4-6; Pole vault-- Baron (P) 7-6; Long jump-- Z. Kelley (S) 15-0; Triple jump-- E. Kelley (S) 33-8.

Nike Alleviates Golf as a Sport, Brings Modern and Athletic Looks to Women's Line

When Nike NKE +0.02 % signed Tiger Woods, then the top golf enthusiast in the world, it was a game changer that immediately catapulted the athletic company into the leading ranks of golf apparel and into professional look around the world. Since then they have actually signed other leading male gamers like Rory McIlroy, however while Nike’s golf losers seem to do well with the individuals, there is one problem they look basically like everyone else’s golf clothes. Woods may have made a trademark out of using black trousers and a red polo on Sundays, however monochromatic slacks and polo shirt are barely revolutionary in golf this has been the standard uniform for years.
Fortunately, Nike has actually been a lot more imaginative on the women’s side, and not just in terms of colors or swapping skirts for the trousers. The company constructed its track record as a fitness and active sports brand name, initially with track and field and running shoes, and later on notoriously with basketball. It is this tradition, a truly athletic appearance that has flowed into its women’s golf gear and I think that s a good thing.
When the year’s first Major, the ANA Inspiration, begins today on the Dinah Shore Tournament Course at Mission Hills Country Club in Palm Springs, Nike athlete Michelle Wie will be skipping the polo and instead using a grey sleeveless, collarless racerback top (Nike’s Ace Meltaway Racerback) with a woven black skort. The next day she’ll wear the very same top in green with an extremely workout-looking gray knit skort from the company s high performance wicking Dri-FIT collection. She’ll be looking equal parts golf enthusiast and yogi, and again, I like it. She will keep this exact same combination in various colors on Saturday, then for the last round will swap to a technical fitted tee, the Dri-FIT knit SS top. Once again, it’s a really athletic instead of county club look, reminiscent of what has actually occurred to tennis clothes.
However from a Nike perspective, perhaps Wie’s most significant declaration is her current embrace of high-top classic basketball tennis shoes re-imagined as golf shoes, total with soft spikes. This weekend hers will be customized leopard print throughout. She started wearing a custom pink golf version of the timeless Nike Blazer shoe, a hoops conventional introduced way back in 1972, after winning the 2014 U.S. Open. The leopard print is not on the market, but the majority of the items she wears, like the tops and skorts are, and the women’s golf Blazer models simply went on sale to the public in 3 colors, including the shrieking pink (plus white and navy, all $150).
Wie is hardly alone, and fellow Nike sponsored pro golf player Suzann Pettersen will likewise sport a more stylish appearance, swapping polo’s for sleek, basic v-neck technical tees (Nike s Greens Top) for two of the rounds.
Golf is a sport, and it’s great to see Nike approaching it as such. While adding a more modern look, the company currently knows exactly what to do from a tech point of view, using light, silky wicking materials to keep players comfy. If you like an athletic design in the clothes you wear to the gym, to yoga, to run, or to do myriad other sports, and you play golf, you may wish to have a look at Nike’s brand-new collection.