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Epping Peter 4 Reviews

Mixed bag

Played this course yesterday. We were a little worried after reading some of the other reviews. It was only 30 euros each to play, which is excelent value in this area. The staff were friendly and very helpful. It is a wonderfully designed course (Seve apparently) and the greens are great, not as challenging as other local courses. The fairways on the other hand are poor. In several areas large parts were roped off as GUR as repairs are taking place, which appears to be working. In other places they were very sandyso we used pick and place. For meduim handicappers like us it wasn't too much of a problem but I can see how low handicappers might hate it. Anyway, I guess you get what you pay for and we both loved the course and will be back. Finally, we had a post round meal in the La Vista restaurant on the course - five stars for that.

golfprof13 1 Review

An absolute disgrace

I visited this course on the 30th September 2013.

The design of the course is in general good, with some challenging, yet short holes, with water and bunkers strategically placed as you would expect from a Seve designed course. Here the compliments stop, my first drive stopped in the "fairway" approximately 200m from the flag, however after finding some grass to play from my second shot was some 235m from the green.
Arriving on the green was a shock, they were in places bare with the signs of badly performed hollow tining procedures.
In fact a lot of the greens showed more signs of poor maintanance than they did grass.

All of the fairways had large bare patches which in general were at the landing zone for drives.

There was a lot of stagnant water.

I will certainly not play this course again, in fact I asked for a refund for my friend who I played with.

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wardenance 5 Reviews

Poorly Maintained for Seve's Standard

I was let down by this course after playing it during September 2011. The course architecture is to a high standard but unfortunately the course is poorly maintained, probably due to the economic bubble having recently burst.

The complex starts off with promise as you drive your buggy through a tunnel under the clubhouse and opens to a beautiful vista of the course. The pick and place rule was in effect, even in mid summer, and the fairways were covered in track marks from the green keeper equipment. The greens were full of rabbit droppings and the water hazards had dead fish floating in them. In all the course was a health hazard. Avoid if possible unless standards have increased.

Dunlopillo 12 Reviews
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Golf Holidays with friends

The place is inland in the stone desert to Murcia. Clubhouse is great but nothing inside. The site must have a lot of economic problems and lack all corners and ends.
Deductions are not mowed and then when lying around the grass and rotting. Fairways and greens have many surfaces other than grass. But somehow the place was still fun to play. If money is available for a very sensible course maintenance again is this a super place.

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WallGang 9 Reviews
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Nice facility and a good place

We were there from 3.10.-10.10.2012 and one week before the storm has left its mark. Even if the houses are not all finished along the tracks, so it was fun to play on this course. Beginners should have this many balls. A water accompanied on one or the other web. The houses are very spacious and all are equipped with a small pool. In the small town Sucina about 1.5 km from the golf course with a supermarket where you can buy the stuff for the daily requirement. The team in Peraleja Golf has always tried to fulfill our wishes. More information at www. wall gang. de

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golfi 15 Reviews
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Interestingly Tricky course with greens

We were from 29.01.-05.03.12 in Peraleja Resort. The place is very beautiful and is extremely quiet. The condition is impeccable, but the fairways were all brown (Bermuda grass) and sometimes very hard, we played as a hitting mat. It comes into play a lot of water and partially the greens are very difficult to play. But overall, a fair place, where you can also run scoring against. The buildings on the site is not disturbing, but many unfinished buildings, the crisis has struck. Throughout the week were distributed throughout the day not more than 5-6 flights go. A very futuristic club house with great terrace and views over the grounds. Very friendly and helpful staff. In the present state of interest groups, as there is no Teetimeprobleme at the meager allocation. At the time of our stay the green fee price was for "foreign players" at 27 €, an absolute bargain. The place is run very well.

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