for Damha Golf Club, Brazil
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Recomended Golf Course to play
5.0 of 5 starsReviewed August 7, 2017
I´m originally from Scotland, living 10 years in Brazil, 2 hrs from Damha Golf Club. I have played there 4-6 times per year over the last 5 years. Without exception the golf course, management team and catering restaurant staff are the most friendly and courteous I have come across in Brazil.
There are a diverse and inclusive set of members and visitors playing here, many from my club in Campinas, we return there 4 times per year and will do so going forward, in fact our club and the members from Damha play together in some competitions, they have extended some of their competitions to our members The golf course is awesome, can be a challenge if the wind picks up, tough to play to your regular handicap but you will love the challenge, the greens are immaculate, views amazing and the wildlife extends much more than a few birdies.
5.0 of 5 starsReviewed March 6, 2017
Damha is a great golf club overall, it has great employees, the the holes are gorgeous and the club house's infrastructure is really nice!
I also heard they are helping diffuse golf to the Brazilian society.
I definitely recommend visiting them!
1.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 30, 2013
Last Saturday I had a terrible experience at this golf club. The club employee has racial discrimination. He interrupted when we (Asians) are playing putting on the green. So we complained his attitude. But he didn't apologize and let the following team pass before us who were whites.
He was very polite to them but unbelievably rude to us. As we continued complaining about this He threatened us that he will kick us out and called the security manager.
They didn't apologize but laughed at us and ignored us. Golf is etiquette sports. Most of all, club staffs must treat every golfer equally. Nobody apologized to us. This staff should be fired.