We have avoided Lykia for all our past trips due to the poor reports on the greens, but Last summer had been told all was good now, so as this was one of the few courses in this area we hadn't played, it was added to this years tour. On arrival, first impressions were wow! Particularly as all the other courses were wooded, and the vast expanse of open ground and sleepered banks and bunkers looked impressive. However, I accept we we were early, teeing off at 8.30' arrived 7.30, but the clubhouse was empty! no reception staff, even the pro- shop which was open, was totally in-manned. They arrived about 8.00. After organising everyone's tickets and trolleys, we headed to the putting green, to find, although appeared very long grass, a smooth surface, but as expected with the length of the grass, a very slow surface. We took a look at the nearby 9th green, only to see the same. No starter appeared so we teed off, like a few courses in this area, they have waste areas and bunkers so we play if there's a rake it's a bunker. The general course layout was good and fairly well maintained, and the fairways were very good, but unfortunately the greens were very strange. As I said earlier, they look to be smooth and run reasonable, but it felt like you were putting on astro turf, and very slow, and this was pretty much the same all round. Overall the. Course was ok, nothing special but different, but previous concerns of the greens remains, there is now plenty of grass on them but they need cutting much shorter. When we got back to the clubhouse, only drink was available, no food not even a snack (a bag of crisps) and the drinks kept changing in price, seemed the waiter (who resembled someone oft he street) made his own prices up. The resort has now been taken over by Club Med, so I,m not sure if they are in a state of change or what, but they do appear somewhat unorganised.
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