the first 3 holes are very nice to play, also the last ones. the others in between are nothing but a wide open range, where it's hard to loose a ball – in fact, a bit boring. that's the reason why the 5th star is missing. the course was in very good shape, bedded into a beautiful landscape, well organised and with a good restaurant (excellent wood stove pizzas). bring your drivers license or your passport. otherwise they won't let you in. house rules... and yes, this is ridiculous!
Nice wineland golf course
4.0 of 5 starsReviewed January 5, 2017
From clubhouse, caddy master to visitors a friendly and relaxing service. The course by itself was in good condition (cobsidering the watering restrictions here). Not always an easy course but very fair. The only balls lost are in the water obstacles. Many players due to 6 min teetimes but we've never felt being pushed. A you'll have to play course.
3.0 of 5 starsReviewed January 17, 2015
Course is great but when we played it it wasn't more then good. Slow greens and a bit hacked up fairway. Fun to play though! The problem is the push out 4ball after 4ball with 8 minutes in between which doesn't really work a lot highhcp hacking germans everywhere... 2.45h for nine hole is a pain regardless of what course you play. Probably never go there again.
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