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About the golf course
Year built 2000
Designer/s Juan Ligues Creus
Manager Eliat Pérez González
President Javier Zubizarreta
Greenkeeper Javier Teruel
Dificultad del Recorrido 3/5
Aprox. tee interval 10 min.
Buggy recommended Si
Buggy allowed in fairway Si
Maximum handicap (man) 28
Maximum handicap (woman) 36
Club hire from 18€
Buggy from 30€
Trolleys from 5€
Electric Trolleys Yes
Half hour lessons from 20€
Open to non-members Yes
Driving Range Yes

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Opinions and reviews

Global Rating  
3.75 /5
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Stephen Edwards
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    4 /5

  • Date 02/03/2018
We played Cabopino for the first time in 10 years, and it is a much better course than we remembered. Not long, but it is a good challenge with good greens and a varied layout. Some tees were a bit rough, but the bunkers were decent. Very pleasant service, and an enjoyable day. A very good 'warm up' course for the first day of a golf tour.
M. Haas
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    2.5 /5

  • Date 20/03/2015
On 12.03.2015 we played Cabopino. We did not enjoy it. Course: Without a Stroke-Saver you are lost. You don’t know in which direction to play as it is very hilly and there are no direction helps. We often also had to look where to go for the next hole. Furthermore we found the course quite unfair for somebody without local knowledge. You could have a fabulous stroke in the middle or top of the fairway and it would roll out of bounce. Club: The green keepers were all over the show. They even parked 2 buggies left and right of the 4th green so you had to hit one. Furthermore, the pins are not regularly re-placed and there were quite deep “saucers” around the holes. The locker-rooms smelled badly, so we did not try them out. Costa-del-Sol: The clubs don’t check any reference as result of which everybody can play and many of them don’t have a clue about etiquettes. In Cabopino a 4-ball squeezed in front of us explaining that they had had a cup of coffee. Usually, you have to wait for a reasonable distance to get in the field again. (In SA it is normal to have a 10 Minute halfway break, which is perhaps a good tradition.) Also it happens quite often that the players behind you tee-off at a too close distance so there balls overtake you. We have lived in South Africa and played many courses also in France, Italy, Germany and now Spain. We also played Miraflores which was quite enjoyable. Cabopino was the worst of all!
Harry Burke
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    4.25 /5

  • Date 14/12/2014
I play this course at least 4 times a year. Played on Friday 12 Dec 14. Fantastic, the course was in mint condition, very fast greens brilliant. We brought 8 on our recent golf trip all said Cabapino was the best course they played. The others were Miraflores and Mijas Los Lagos. This course is a must play if you like a challenge coupled with stunning vistas. Awesome.