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for La Estancia Golf Club, Dominican Republic

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ROB S 1 Review

Great value, great condition

So your in Dominican Republic. You look at the internet and you find Casa da Campo and soon realize you will need a second mortgage on your home in order to play 3 rounds.
NOT HERE! I found the rates very reasonable.
The course: straight forward lay out. As mentioned there is. Big carry on one hole. If you can't clear it don't try... go to the other side. Fairways: Great condition I never had a bad or unfair lie. Rough: not too long and you will be able to find your off center shots. Bunkers: plenty of sand in them, some were wet from watering... Greens: excellent Bermuda in great shape.
Practice facilities:
HUGE driving range. Small pitching green, good sized putting green.
This course would be a good choice for mid as well as high handicaps.
So you must take a caddie. Current fee is min of $25 I believe they lowered the green fees to take this into account. I paid mine $40. It helped because there are many double breaks.
I would say challenge level: medium 4 sets of tees could make it a challenge.
The Pro there Carlos Fernandez was kind, polite, and helpful. I played as a single with caddy in 3 hrs.
I hope they get more play. It deserves it.
May many birdies bless your round.

Peter2014 1 Review

Do not charge the right price

I went to this golf course in February 2022 and lady ask me $125.00 us for a 18 holes and I ask the lady to respect the $60.00 they put on the web site for any days for the visitor and the lady never wount to respect the $60.00 amount! Very very bad receiving for a visitor!

Response from Carlos Fernandez, Manager at La Estancia Golf Club
February 11, 2022

Dear Sir, We apologize for the bad experience. Please let us know in which site did you search for. If you can send us the link, will be appreciated. That way we can correct the information. Thank… More

Dear Sir,

We apologize for the bad experience. Please let us know in which site did you search for. If you can send us the link, will be appreciated. That way we can correct the information.

Thank you

Todd 1 Review

Hidden Treasure

If you find yourself in the La Romana area, and have your own clubs with you, I'd Highly recommend that you give this course a try. The fairways are very well kept, and the greens are pristine. Don't try to call and set up a tee time, because no one will answer, Moreover you don't need a tee time. The three times the wife and I played there this trip, the parking lot was empty, and we started play immediately. We had no one slowing us up, and nobody pushing us. (Seems this Resort is a Bank repo site, but they are keeping open the golf course, and bar to the Public.) Hence no clubhouse phone active. This course, being from the Dye Families design house, is very challenging. Whomever it is, is doing a fine job maintaining course. Not to mention that four people can play here for what one could play at Casa De Campo. (Caddie still a must.) Just take the plunge and take your clubs, in a taxi, over there. You Will Not Be Disappointed.
If you do go, I recommend asking for Freddie as your caddie. He's intelligent, funny. He will help if you ask. Or stand back if you want to call your own shots. And he's always there with your putter, and a good read, when you need it. (He didn't miss a read.) Tell him Sammy Sosa set you. LOL. Enjoy.

Jürgen aus München 1 Review
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Great place, value ok

Jan. 10 have played the course in the rain. Since the place still has no directions, one must, a caddy for $ 25 - to pay more for green fees. It's harmless going on, but the second Tee has it all-great over a ravine about 200 meters and with a headwind-but-no chance. Each hole is well laid out with lots of bunkers, the last with water. Friends from Berlin have this place the next day in the sun again-played your words: SUPER The place is great u maintained, green the greens are very large.
The golf course is not yet surrounded with many houses built but it is hard. The club house is ok, spaghetti carbonara was good and plenty (but expensive), the staff is friendly but has a difficulty to understand in english also when you log in Pro Shop

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