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We played The San Roque old course and I think its the second best course (after Valderama)that we have played in the south of Spain.The course was in magnificent condition.The greens were top class and very fast.They are some really great holes.The 6th hole index...More
Thought I would write a review in support of the service today at the club. All golfers had a delayed start due to the heavy rain and the course had been temporarily shut. After three hours the courses were reopened with many groups eager to...More
We recently payed the old and new, back to back in that order. Both courses are fantastic tests of golf, I slightly preferred the new, but both in places are looking like they need some investment. We came here after Valderrama and la reserva, which...More
Played the New Course, which was in fairly good condition, apart from 1 green which had clearly been over watered.
Sand in the bunkers was not consistent & some were rock hard.
Overall enjoyed the golf, but the service was awful.
Two big groups going...More
Ideally I'd give this a 3.5/4 rating because of the quality of the course but the experience forced my hand to go for 3.
Went as a 3 ball 2 days after playing another local prestigious course and the difference in service/experience was huge.
Played the New course - Jan 18.
Complete disappointment. Greens with lots of disease, 3 types of bunker sand (if they had any and, lots just clay) and up to your ankles in mud. Drainage potholes all over the fairways.
Maybe Old is better. Go...More
We played the new course at San Roque and it was a s good as we were led to believe. A real challenge at around 6,500 yards and it has some truly wonderful holes and lots of bunkers, it will certainly test most golfers. The...More