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About the golf course

Inpsired by the famous desert courses of Arizona and California. The course is a spectacular example of of man's creativity in harmony with nature.

Year built 2001
Designer/s Peter McEvoy
Manager Simon Coaker
President Stephen Hitchins
Greenkeeper Zachary LaPorte
Golf professional Simon Coaker
Dificultad del Recorrido 2/5
Aprox. tee interval 8 min.
Buggy recommended Not necessary
Buggy allowed in fairway No
Maximum handicap (man) 28
Maximum handicap (woman) 36
Club hire from 30€
Buggy from 35€
Trolleys from 6€
Electric Trolleys from 20€
Half hour lessons from 30€
Open to non-members Yes
Driving Range Yes
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Opinions and reviews

Global rating
4.08 /5
Ratio value/price
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Tony Hoey
  • Kind of player Pleased to break 100
  • Rating

    4 /5

  • Date 23/09/2015
Very hot in July but fantastic locker rooms & showers to revive afterwards. Need to be straight as fairways narrow. Super greens & lush fairways (& that was July) Top class clubhouse with very high quality food & drinks which can be enjoyed on the deck,under shade or inside with air con.. Well worth a visit if your in the area on holiday. Will return one day (soon I hope).
Julian Marks
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.75 /5

  • Date 06/07/2015
Course starts and finishes amongst the resort villas but the bulk of the course is in the desert. Very narrow fairways mean that you are often faced with club scratching approaches if wayward. However you are rewarded when you finally reach the fantastic greens. Course is walkable though in the heat I would recommend reasonably priced buggies. A Must play purely since it is unlike any other European course I have played,
Pete richardson
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    3.5 /5

  • Date 23/04/2014
I have played Desert springs quite a lot of times maybe 30 to 40 games over 4 yrs, I have hired a place there and also visited and done a pay and play, The last time I went which was in 2013 I went on a unlimited golf package which to me means I can play in the morning and then again in the afternoon that is unlimited golf I do unlimited as when you are at desert springs you are quite away from everywhere, I did not get unlimited golf as the tee times they gave me was after 10.30 and 2 of the afternoons 1 was at 2.50 and another at 3 I complained and told them I would not even get the round finished it would be dark they agreed and put me on to another course 20 mins away as they could not get me on any earlier, the rounds was taking 5 + hours as it was always so busy with all the offers course was nice but would not book unlimited golf there again as it is not what it seems
Arthur Pewty
  • Kind of player Pleased to break 100
  • Rating

    3.75 /5

  • Date 14/07/2012
If you don't hit your driver really straight every time, this is not the course for you! Plus points- Greens immaculate, fairways are better than the greens on some courses. Negatives- Fairways very tight; a slightly wayward drive which may scudder off the fairway into the light rough on a UK course here will end up in dirt, rocks and cacti, if you can find it! Glad I played it but will need to be better golfer before I try it again!
Tony Wagg
  • Kind of player Usually play to handicap
  • Rating

    4.25 /5

  • Date 04/06/2012
Have played this course 3/4 times in the past 3 years and recently as 9/5/12 I was fortunate to team up with fellow Brit. Paul and take advantage of the special offer for two inc. buggy,otherwise, very expensive for the single player. Excellent course and condition. Photo of Trish,Becky and me on my office wall. Tony Wagg, Rowlands Castle, ENGLAND