Campoamor Golf course
Course: Campoamor Golf course
Country: SPAIN, Region: Valencia, Province: Alicante, Coast: Costa Blanca
The Real Club de Golf Campoamor Resort has a golf course for 18 holes, in operation since 1988 and inaugurated by HRH D. Juan de Borbon, Conde de Barcelona, in whose honour is held annually, the tournament that bears his name.
Campoamor Golf played: 2019-05-11
"För en 19 hcp:are något svår
, men helt ok. Anläggningen i sin helhet, golfbana, boende, restaurang utmärkt. Dessutom mer därtill, padel, tennis, pool mm. Det enda som drar ner betyget var driving rangen. Växte ogräs på utslagsmattorna, rangebollarna hade sett sina bästa dagar (om man nu kalla de för golfbollar vill säga)." - Lasse
Campoamor Golf played: 2019-03-12
"Extremely well maintained course. Lush and green throughout. Most picturesque course we played out of five in the area. Cannot wait to replay (hopefully with better golf being played :))"
Campoamor Golf played: 2019-01-02
"Very bad customer service from staff at course office close to first tee when we asked for guidance. Overcrowded course leading to a 5 hour round. Very muddy fairways although no rain for days. Intermediate green at one hole. Extremely lousy set of rented clubs! Friendly staff at club hotel and bar/restaurant" - Eagle-man
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Posted by: Fredrik Fossensjö | hcp: 5
Campoamor golf is a facility that holds middle class. Golf Layout is okay, but nothing to write home about. The last 9 holes is more fun than the first 9 holes. Fairway grass is of a little more unusual type. If it is for it to stand climate and wear and tear better I do not know. Also green grass feels a bit unusual. It is capable of walking around the golf course if it is not too hot. It is fairly flat and not too far to walk. There are some really fun golf holes. If you can carry your spoon 200 meters, you can reach the green on the par 4 11th hole going over the woods, which in turn can provide an easy birdie. Also the 16th hole can provide an easy birdie or maybe an eagle. It is a par 5 that I managed to reach with the spoon and the 3 iron. If you go to Campoamor, you can expect to lower your handicap. It is a pretty easy course. My handicap before I went out on the golf course was 6.1 which gave me 9 strokes on slope! Normally, I go 5-7 strokes on slope.
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