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reiner2304 226 Reviews
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Slightly more Gün and it would be like golf

First of all, it is not easy to find the system without navigation device as a signposting is not given completely. (Recommended cart) The slightly hilly course was presented on 09/22/2015 in a dried state (fairways). The greens and tees were but on the whole fine. Some greens exhibited in addition to slight damage. Lanes pull in principle varied by a resort which still partially under construction (holes 10 to 12) is obviously and unfortunately partially again surrendered the break. The fairways are usually open so that also higher HC should come clear. There are several water hazards (partially dried) doglegs and well-placed bunkers. There is a driving range but no real clubhouse. The sanitary facilities leave something to be desired! The Secretariat is housed in a container next to a bar. The staff was very friendly, the green fee of 25 € extremely low. Although we had agreed a posted start time for 14.30 clock, but this was probably rather not necessary, because we felt the only golfer at this time on the court were. After the round, but we saw some local players and kids who had just training. There is no obligation to play it safe this place, but who combines it with a visit to the lovely city of Sanlucar de Barrameda, for a round is recommended. But do not expect no precious meadow. Unfortunately, the economic crisis has probably stopped here another major project and you have to come up with the facts to make ends meet now, so at least our impression.

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golffreund 102 Reviews
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Sophisticated

Tw quite a severe course (equal to 1 Slicer costs the ball) by the completely different 1-9 - has pieced together a little and 10-18.9 The second pass through the residential area, tw. the whole thing looks a bit forced into the area and views of the surroundings are often made from the look on film greenhouses and a rather unsightly river. You should definitely play again this place, which is especially useful if everything else is under water due to heavy rain -. Course this is dry by the slope ALWAYS.

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