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Club de Golf El Rompido

Address Club de Golf El Rompido, Ctra. de Cayarta- El Rompido km.7, 21450 Cartaya, Huelva - Costa de la Luz
Telephone +34 959 024 242
Fax +34 959 024 243
Email info@golfelrompido.es
Website www.golfelrompido.es
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Holes 2 outstanding 18-hole golf courses: South and North
Yardage 6763 - 6705
Par 72 - 72
Visitors Advanced booking advisable. Proof of handicap necessary. Buggy recommended
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Green Fees
E/F
Course Designer Alvaro Arana:
The South course opened in 2003, the North in 2006
Location Close to Huelva, 1 hr from Seville and Faro Airports
Annual Closure No
Facilities
5* hotel
• The restaurant serves breakfast and lunch until 16h and sandwiches until 20h
• Putting & pitching greens, Golf school
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Other Comments The North and South courses are a mix of classic parkland and protected marshland which offers stunning scenery and a good test of golf.
The South Course hosted the 2004-2008 finals of the national Daily Mail Foursomes.
El Rompido will be the venue for the 2010 European Father and Son Golf Championship.
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I have now played the north course twice, the first time i used a golf buggy and the second time with a powercaddy. Although the golf buggy costs more i do recommend it as the heat will eventually get to you on this challenging course. to get the best deal book your tee time in advance (before you leave) or try to get a last minute deal (4pm ish) on the day and the golf pro will be more than happy to strike you a deal.
good quality of club hire also (calloway big bertha) if you dont want to take your own i found these clubs in good condition and very easy to use which made my game more enjoyable.
Ensure you arm yourselves with the course planner that you can get from the pro shop as distances to the green are in meters not yards when out on the course. (why am i not reaching the green at 150 with my 7 iron?).
The greens are in excellent condition and fast! but beware of the grass that protects them if your short game is bump and run up to the pin.
overall an excellent course and you get what you pay for,they are well looked after, there is also a chipping area, putting greens and a driving range. To get the best out of this course have some time on all three before teeing off and take plenty of water although you can get water on certain points out on the course if you run out.
I will have to put down good value for money as i did all my booking over the internet for this course.
Enjoy.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 8/10
Martin Wincer September 4, 2010






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