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Club Campestre Golf Course

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Club Campestre Golf Course

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bba1515 wrote a review Mar 2020
Menlo Park, California16 contributions27 helpful votes
So, my golfing buddies and I decided to play four courses in Cabo this past Springtime. We played, in order, Palmilla, Cabo Real, Cabo del Sol (Ocean) and Campestre. Our two favorite courses were Cabo Real and Cabo del Sol for completely different reasons. Cabo Real is a beautiful, gracious but challenging Robert Trent Jones track in a secluded setting very close to the Rosewood Las Ventas hotel. The staff is fun and friendly. The vistas from almost every hole are just jaw dropping and several holes are things you will remember for a long, long time. Take #3: it's a 185 yard shot from the blues from an elevated tee probably 300 feet above the green with a 180 degree ocean view. It's just spectacular. Take #5: it's a par 4 straight-away right to the ocean's edge. Take #17: it's a dogleg left rather short par 4 again from an elevated tee with spectacular ocean views. Truly, this is just a beautiful, beautiful course in every way. In a very different way Cabo del Sol is extraordinary as well. The ownership here is investing very serious money in the course and surrounding amenities. For example, there are four or five stations on the course where you can have any kind of taco made to order and any kind of beverage. One way station is on the beach and it is an old converted Airstream motorhome with beach chairs and a surfboard and fire pit. You just sit down, order a beverage, a taco or two and chill before taking on the next set of holes. The course is beautifully maintained. The practice area is one of the best in Cabo with music blaring and an attentive staff. And again, anything that you need is right there. Just take it. Now it's not cheap but we all found it well worth the greens fee. On our last day we played--or rather I should say--we attempted to play Campestre. And this is where nickel millionaires come to booze out the last year's of their miserable lives. The entrance speaks volumes: it's an alley way off the freeway right in front of a Starbuck's drive-through. We missed finding it twice. Once you find it, you then pass through a completely half-assed guard gate. The guy on duty when we came through was chewing on a chicken bone and asked us to wait until he finished. He then proceeded to interrogate us as if we were crossing the border illegally. Ten minutes later, and two chicken bones, he finally let us pass. Now this course has one stunning feature: it is bisected by the freeway that runs to the airport. Yup, it runs right down the middle of the course and you transit it by running through smog infested tunnels. While you are teeing off or hitting a favorite iron, there are semi-trailers hauling by at freeway speeds and the noise and fumes add a certain ambience that is enviable. The real estate being developed around the course is advertised as "a whole completed house for $350,000". And that's the main problem. Because this is the epicenter of nickel millionaire heaven. Every dirt-bag in North America finds this spot to build and live in their version of paradise and they then become members of the club for $100 initiation fee. And they run the club. So if you like ambling, broken down, swollen belly, wind-blown golfers of a "Brandy" sort, this is your spot. As for us, we barely got through the front nine, ran to our cars in the parking lot, and sped away as fast as we could. As we came through the exit gates, the guard was still gnawing on a third chicken bone. Please do yourself a favor. Avoid this course at all costs.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Neil P wrote a review Feb 2020
Fairport, New York19 contributions1 helpful vote
We enjoyed the course very much and found it very challenging but fair. Greens were very difficult to read and sand traps were difficult with hard sand. There were some awesome views on a number of holes, and signage was good to be sure we knew the correct direction for each hole.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Bryant S wrote a review Jul 2019
Houston, Texas97 contributions11 helpful votes
If you're looking for a challenge then I would recommend you to play this course most greens are very undulating. There are major elevation changes off the tee box which makes this course very fun. The staff was amazing and they also had valet parking, I would recommend this course to anyone that is up for a challenge.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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321jdh wrote a review May 2019
Bowling Green, Kentucky91 contributions24 helpful votes
I’m a decent golfer but this course was difficult. Undulating greens and fairways. Would be easier if the course was played often. I had no interest in playing a second time.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Daisy D wrote a review Apr 2019
Lutherville Timonium, Maryland9 contributions7 helpful votes
We played a few golf courses in Cabo, and this was by far, at the bottom. With many par 4 and 5 tee shots, (blacks and gold tees) you literally have no idea where to drive the ball and whether certain bunkers are in play compunded by a confusing golf cart GPS and suspect ydg off by a +/- 10 yds. Further, many of the greens were like putt-putt golf. crazy undulations and nonsensical layouts, further...the sand traps and bunkers were anything but sand, but basically gravel pits. The staff was efficient and friendly, but I'm afraid the course itself leaves a lot to be desired. That said, the course itself is quite nice. I just happen to think they should hire a golf course consultant to make this vacation friendly. I find it all but impossible to play to your handicap on this course unless you have played it at least once, and probably twice.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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