We played both courses the same day. One of the courses is more undulating and open, the other more park like with treelined fairways. Both were challenging, and fun to play. Conditions weren't the greatest as they'd experienced a lot of rain. Staff was pleasent, proshop well equipped, snack bar with a good menu (we actually sat sown in the restaurant, service was a bit slow, but luckily we had enough time to finish our second round. The food we ordered was okay, not great but certainly not bad. One disturbing thing to mention was that there was an old lady at one of the halfway bathroom facilities that was begging for money, kind of strange in a gated community, and certainly startling to come across something like that on a golf course.
The frustrating part was trying to contact the proshop to book a tee time, emails were never answered, and the website is not very good. We ended up booking through Caribe Golf. The community itself I can't say much about as we only saw the portions surrounding the golf course. It looks huge though, with Wyndham even having a hotel there. Seems like a nice retirement community, with a mix of Puerto Ricans and North Americans. Golf ended up being about $140 with the second round being cheaper.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.