Course Review and Comments
At first glance, there doesn't seem to be much difference between the two Sueno courses, "Pines" and "Dunes". But there is, primarily with regard to course layout. This becomes apparent after you've played both courses a few times (we played "Dunes" twice and "Pines" three times).
The "Pines" course is a much fairer test of golf. It has no really weird holes and some very good and memorable ones. The "Dunes", I regret to say, has no really memorable ones, a few bad ones, and one downright Mickey Mouse hole (no 8). I disagree with another reviewer, who says this course is more suited to player with higher handicaps. It's shorter, yes, but with its layout quirks it's more difficult to get a good score on it.
The course's condition was good, no difference in that respect to the "Pines" course.
If I were to return to Sueno for another holiday, I would only book rounds on "Pines" and then add some rounds on non-Sueno courses like Lykia Links (unfortunately closed at the time of our stay) or Caria.
More user reviews for Sueno Golf Club - The Dunes Course
February 27th, 2011 05:26
September 24th, 2009 01:42
short course good for high handicaps(18+).most holes are a drive & flick with a 8 iron.part of the sueno hotel complex with the pines(better course).if you are a group of golfers ideal holiday.
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