Situated in the north-east of the island, near Son Servera and the bay of Cala Millor, and constructed in 1995, this 18-hole par 72 course has since been redesigned with the help of Olazabal, who changed 12 holes during 2004 and 2005.
The Pula complex has everything to meet the golfer's needs, including a two-tier driving range, short game area and a delightful clubhouse-cum-hotel renovated from an ancient farmhouse, dating back to 1581.
The course is tough and demanding, but fun for players of all abilities. The range of teeing areas offers a choice as to how hard you wish the course to play.
The 172-yard par-3 2nd is an early treat. It is played over a canyon to green which the Americans would say has an "elephant burial ground" - it is raised and humped in the middle. It's tough to two-putt, but fun to try.
If you can fade the ball you'll do well at Pula. Holes 3, 6 and 7 all dogleg left to right quite sharply and if you're safe from the tee, offer birdie chances.
The redesigned 17th was the centrepiece of the 2005 Mallorca Classic. It's a long par-4 played downhill, with a vast lake to the left and a well-bunkered green, offering great potential for dramatic moments.