The Valle Romano Golf Course in Estepona, Costa del Sol, is a pampered course in terms of its design with its own personality, while at the same time remaining natural. A good example of this personality is that the 18 holes constitute a tribute to our champions, men and women golfers who have written many chapters in the history of Spanish golf with their triumphs. Their names will always be recalled at Valle Romano, with all our gratitude and fondness.
part is excellent, second is little bit harder, but anyway nice to play.
Response from Guest Experience of Valle Romano Golf & Resort
February 5, 2019
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Chеар & messy
2.0 of 5 starsReviewed April 3, 2015
The course is total mess. You need a map, guide, good nerves and athletic form. You have to run between couple of hills like crazy in this stupidly designed course / it looks like some plots of land left between the ugly builded blocks was fulfilled with golf course. The fairways are very badly maintained, very dry and hard. Greens are so so. The only reason to go there - It's cheap. My advice - don't go... and read very carefully the funny "selfy" reviews - absolute bull...!
Nice place in good condition
4.0 of 5 starsReviewed March 1, 2020
We played the course twice in the last week. The reception was nice and friendly. Bags were loaded onto the kart ready. Nice driving range. The course is currently in good condition. Fast greens, fresh sand in the many bunkers. Some holes are confusing and it is not clear how to play them (3 & 10). Therefore, the game is sometimes played very slowly, which leads to long waiting times. On 13 (and 2) there is a security risk with thieves climbing and stealing over the fence. Therefore, it is essential to lock the valuables in the free kart safe.
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