Lumine Ruins Golf course
Course: Lumine Ruins Golf course in SPAIN
Region: Catalunia, Province: Tarragona, Municipality: Vila-seca, Coast: Costa Dorada
The Ruins golf Course is located between the Lakes and Hills Course Club-houses, on the highest slope of the Lumine community. It was previously a zone of olive and carob trees, which have been transplanted so as to conserve the original Mediterranean countryside. Probably, the greatest peculiarity of its 9 holes is that they are laid out on fairly flat ground among singular Roman archaeological remains dating from the second century BC. In short, a unique course, where we are not out to distract you, but to ensure that you enjoy each stroke to the utmost.
Lumine Ruins Golf course played: 2022-06-18
"We have played the course many times and always enjoyed it even though it is only a 9 hole course.We go round twice to make up 18 holes and if you go round twice you have a chance to correct any mistakes made on the first circuit.
There is development work being done on the complex of the three courses (Ruins, Lakes & Hills courses). The Lakes course and clubhouse is closed at the moment. A new service road is being constructed in the vicinity of the Hills clubhouse and the taxi dropped us off in an adjacent car park which is about 300yds from the clubhouse but by arrangement a buggy will pick you up.
Because you have to access the Ruins from the Hills you start at the 4th Tee and acaddy man escorts you to the tee which is a fair drive from the Hills.
" - Bob & Sue Garner
Lumine Ruins Golf course played: 2018-09-28
"Some of the fairways had bare patches but the worst thing was the bunkers they were unplayable GUR they had been deluged in water and wete full of rivulets and stones. We picked our balls out of them and played from the side. They were an absolute disgrace." - Bob from Willaston
Lumine Ruins Golf course played: 2017-09-20
"We have played all the Lumine courses over a period of about 9 years so we know them well. The main complaint on the Ruins course was the very poor condition of the bunkers. They were so bad that we devised our own local rule allowing us to lift the ball and rake the sand then replace the ball and play it. Also the only toilet block on the course was locked and therefore unusable." - Anonymous