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Azata Golf 1.69 Km
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Estepona Golf course is known for its impecable greens, its ample fairways and tees, as well as the wonderful views across Costa del Sol's countryside and the blue Mediterranean. Located on an elevation, it is naturally quite hilly, featuring countless palm trees, olive trees and eucalyptus, which give it a very nice park atmosphere. Tee Times Tour Operator offers discounted green fees and promotions on Estepona Golf Course, including Unlimited Golf and Golf Packages at Estepona Palace & Despacio Spa Centre. The golf course has a reputation for providing a flawless service and excellent value for money golf! Hole nr.10 is their signature hole, and despite being a short Par 4, players will face a challenging overwater shot to the green. As many golf courses in Costa del Sol, it is usually very busy but that is something that comes with playing a course as nice as this!
Great greens! Very nice employees. Course in good condition.
Nice course with mix of tighter and some wider fairways. Is being renovated but condition is reasonable. Quiet and very good value. We enjoyed it
The course was very wet and muddy in places. When I asked why, I was told that they had put too much water on the course the previous night. As there are many sloping fairways, the lower sides were mostly muddy and not pleasant to play. The staff and other facilities were good
Quircky course. Needs work around greens.
Played only 9 holes due to bad weather (rain and wind). Still managed two pars, which is good for me, especially for a first time visit. The course is interesting; lots of hills and slopes but still playable. Fairways are neither wide nor narrow, so a decent shot will find the fairway. Can't comment speed of greens, because they were soaked due to heavy rain. generally they looked ok with moderate break. I walked and carried, as did the playing partners, which is rare on Costa del sol! However, this is not the easiest course to walk, due to some steep slopes and at least one longer walk from green to next tee. That said, if you mostly walk and are reasonably fit and it is not a super hot day, this is walkable too. After all, I did it carrying on a soft and wet course in heavy wind. If you are not used to walking a full course, this is not the one to try. If you prefer to play the game the way it was intended, then there are several courses on the Costa that are easier to walk: I can recommend Mijas, Los Naranjos, El Paraiso, Parador, La Quinta (maybe not the B course), but I've also heard good things about Rio Real and Santana. If the hilly courses don't put you off, this is certainly worth the mone. It had the cheapest greenfee of the courses I've played here, with no direct negatives. The staff was friendly, restaurant seemed ok (only had a coffee so can't comment on food), easy to find, fairways and greens were in the same conditions as on other courses in late February/early March, the layout about average. There are better courses in all respects, but they also cost a lot more. And there definitely are a lot of more expensive courses that are a worse choice. Definitely value for money.
*Tree Lined -
*Water hazards - In their signature hole
*Signature Hole - 10th
*Comments - Good Reputation for excellent conditions all year round
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