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...!
Only green fee to cash in at all costs
2.0 of 5 starsReviewed April 1, 2019
We played the course 2x with our group this year. The reception of the Caddy Master was very cordial, he still knew me because we had played the course twice in previous years. The first time there was no problem with our group, we could play 3x3. But last Friday, that did not happen anymore. On the grounds that the place was full, we were abgesenkelt by the lady in the Proshop really. The Pro then renounced to play so we could play 2x4. But we could later discover some 3-er flights on the course, apparently it works. Very unfriendly staff in the pro shop. The place is not really in a good condition. The fairways are cut back to the ground, there is no grass to allude. Unfortunately, no rancher was on the court. For certain pair 4, z. B of the 12 were at the same time 3 4-flights at the tee, it just can not be. Today we would recommend to the guests instead of the Valle Romano, the Estepona to play, formerly frowned upon, but today a very interesting place in a good condition. Also the Los Naranjos and the Rio Real are clearly preferable to the Valle Romano. Too bad, the Valle Romano was actually one of our favorite places in Andalusia, but that's where the motto is: Make as many greéee earnings as possible. Unfortunately, we do not come back in this configuration.
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