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San Roque Golf Club, San Roque

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  • What can we say? Come to costa del sol fix and pay Greenfees months in advance and then not play exactly a cancellation-passed some hours between proshop and bar-very british menu with all the classic club sandwich casera salads salmon wraps etc. -Nice and especially the design and interior of the clubhouse to turn Super shiny pebbles pavement
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  • We stay here now 6 weeks and despite the beautiful surroundings and the beautiful golf courses are a large number of houses (villas) very bad at. Many overdue maintenance.
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  • Dismal home. No staff met on the course except gardeners, almost inedible the buggy bar sandwich. Interesting but not very well maintained course. A lot of blind holes. Nice setting.
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  • Stayed here whilst working in Gibraltar few a few days, luckily managed to play both the old and the new courses. Each course has it's own character and challenges and the old course plays 4 shots harder against your handicap I hear from the locals. Superb golf and accomodation in a great central location (Valderrama if you have the budget is roughly 5 miles away so will do a fly by visit tomorrow and starts saving said pennies!) Bob @ Woodenmencouk - Where Bill and Ben reside 😎⛳
  • I am always reluctant to pan a golf course, recognizing that tastes vary in all things. On the other hand, I have never been approached ON THE PRACTICE RANGE and asked by the Caddy Master himself to tuck in my shirt – and an elegant Oakley pin stripe at that! San Rocque's Old Course is a charade. A garbled mix of parkland golf (front nine) and target (foothills) golf (back nine), the course has no theme or philosophy that I could discern. The course is long and the landing areas vary from unfairly narrow to ridiculously wide. I would have thought that the Old Course was a Ross course at first glance because there are sand traps EVERYWHERE. But Ross courses are characterized by uniformly consistent sand; San Rocque sadly is not. Its your guess what you get when you land in one of the many sand traps with one exception. Greenside bunkers are so shallowly sanded that it is nearly impossible to put spin on your sand shots. And those sand shots are to greens that are lightning fast and (for me and the other 3 golfers in my foursome) impossible to read well. San Rocque is an elegant venue with a beautiful clubhouse, more than adequate pro shop and good restaurant. That is why I was so puzzled by the poor maintenance throughout the venue. That poor maintenance is very troubling on the greens. Putting on lightning fast greens that are difficult to read is hard enough without having poorly repaired ball marks and "old scars" in your line almost invariably. At the end of the day, San Rocque's Old Course is a potentially very fine golf course made joyless by lack of maintenance, lack of thought and lack of any discernible design philosophy. Simply put, it is no fun to play, especially when surrounded by some very fine, very fun courses. Two stars may be overgenerous.
  • Been a member here for 8 years now and must say that this is not only a fantastic golf course in a beautiful setting but it is also a friendly welcoming club. Regular members roll ups are a good intro into the club and we often have 3 comps per week .
  • Great golf courses and good food
  • Needs more choice for bar and entertainment