Aloha Golf Club is in Marbella Golf Valley (Málaga). Golf Valley has one of the highest concentration of top quality golf courses in Europe.
The course was designed by one of the most prestigious designers of Spanish golf courses, Javier Arana.
Sr. Arana also designed El Saler in Valencia and El Prat in Barcelona. Aloha was the last project for Javier Arana who died in 1975, just as the course was about completed.
On 25th October 1975 the club was inaugurated by Mr. Angel de la Riva, President of the Royal Andalusian Golf Federation, who drove the first official ball at Aloha.
The club has hosted the Spanish Open and the Andalucian Open.