Los Naranjos Golf Club
Los Naranjos Golf Club, Nueva Andalucía, Spain
7 reviews of Los Naranjos Golf Club
WOW!!!!!! what a course..Loved it.. scenery amazing...course in superb nik...
The grass was more like a conventional British course..so you were'nt penlized for missing the greens by a couple of feet...(we played El Chaparral and you could have easily two or three chips from there semi rough as it was the Bermuda type which just grabs your club).
pretty fair for all levels of golfers...but better players will apreciate the layout better..€58 with buggy a bargain!!!!
Played here on a very warm August Sunday afternoon with a local society.
The course and facilities are superb, the clubhouse is worth a visit for lunch in its own right.
Long at a litte over 6,500m with some very picturesque holes, the par 5 eighteenth is a lovely hole with water in front of the green which is overlooked by the clubhouse.
We paid 65 euros including a buggy and at this rate it is well worth a visit if you are in the area.
The comments do not do the course justice. Things have moved on since most were written. Course is in fine condition and provides a fair challenge punishing the bad shot and rewarding the good. Facilities are good well worth a visit.
I played this course on September 6 2003 and the greens were in a TERRIBLE condition. Full of disease and bare patches and hollow tines !
They were offerinf a free buggy as compensation but if anyone is going there in the next 12 mpnths book somewhere else.
Los naranjos is the best course i have ever played in my life the staff is very very nice in the caddiemastery and also in the pro shop the pro rickard is the best pro you can get if you want to learn how to play real golf
the restrant has got the best food that its hard to imagine the staff there is also very nice
this is the only course that i play in spain
I played the course August 99 and July 2000. Front nine greens were completely overhauled early 99, back nine was a little rough that year, but first class second time around. Front nine is spread out between several small hills and is a little undulating. The back nine is flat on a former orange grove (hence the name) but still testing with water on several holes. Course was reasonably quiet during my visits, but I have just tried booking four months off for March 01 and found it completely booked - take note if you plan to come winter months!
I played this course in 1997 and it was in AWFUL condition. The front nine was just in dreadful state and the back nine was very wet. Front nine is the better layout with some very good holes. The back nine is dull by comparison.
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