Course Review and Comments
This is a 9 hole course you play twice-fees are for 18 holes. Fairways are beautiful and deceiving with the large trees overhanging the fairways. Facility in great shape, fairways and greens. Played 3 days-one day the only golfers on the course for first 14 holes. A must play in CR.
Hit'em long and straight.
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May 16th, 2013 15:13
I had a great time playing this course. A lot harder than I anticipated. After playing 18 holes I had a drink and pizza on the beach. What a lifestyle, something I can easily get used to. Recommend to
May 09th, 2013 17:12
This is beautiful golf course, very well designed. Its is not an easy golf what makes it challenging! My game was watched by Scarlet Macaws, White Tail deer, Herrons and more. Playing in the midst of
April 04th, 2013 12:25
This is a fantastic 9 hole course that is deceptively challenging. The setting is a piece of paradise and the flora and fauna are spectacular. A must play if you are anywhere close to Tambor.
April 03rd, 2013 15:43
I've been playing this course for 10 years. It is a challenging 9-hole course set in what one has to call a tropical garden, immaculately kept, and where lives a large variety of birds and water fowls
April 03rd, 2013 12:21
This is a very challenging course in a spectacular setting. Plays longer than the yardage indicates. This course is in great shape and is well maintained.
This area of Costa Rica is a hidden treas
March 01st, 2013 11:42
August 02nd, 2009 09:07
You start with three nice holes: First hole flank by deer santuarium, second hole tee box is next to Lapa feeding tree (so don't expect gallery to be quiet), third hole hard dogleg teeing fron cliff.
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