Associació Catalana de Pitch&Putt (Catalan Pitch and Putt Association) is made up of 34 pitch-and-putt courses in Catalonia and Andorra. This sport is similar to golf but played on a smaller course, with its own internationally recognised rules.
In Spain, it started in 1990 thanks to an Irishman, Martin Whitelaw, who built the Solius (Costa Brava) course. An estimated thirty thousand people play the sport in Catalonia, fifteen thousand of whom are licensed to play in competitions. The ACPP is part of the European P&P Association (EPPA), the only organisation regulating P&P at the European level.