Jeroen review of Golf Son Gual

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  • Golf Son Gual Son Gual8.5
  • Clubhouse8
  • Facilities8.5
  • General impression8
  • Hospitality9
  • Maintenance9
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8.4
About the review
Written on: 15 November 2019Played on: 10 November 2019Handicap while playing: 17.2
Jeroen review

It's difficult to review Son Gual, as we played here just after a few days of very heavy rain. Buggy's were not allowed on the course as a result of that, although they allowed one injured friend to use a buggy, which was very nice. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The club has a modern feel to it and it must be a place where a lot of business is done. It's close to the airport and Palma. The course layout is nice and the golf course is known for its numerous water features, large bunkers, and well maintained, undulated and large greens. The level of maintenance is really good, even the fairways are well manicured. Due to the rain it was no real problem to be in the many bunkers, but I can imagine that this will be the case when it's dry. Nice touch is that you can buy a birdie book or download the birdie guide for free on your phone. Except from a few distance markers on the fairway, there are no visual signs how far you need to hit your next shot. So bringing along a golf watch or rangefinder is recommended. If you do not own one, the birdie guide is essential. Nice touch is the Palacio, a late-colonial style house, which you can see alongside the 18th hole. The clubhouse is also nice (quite big) with a terrace overlooking the course. We had some very nice food there and the pro shop is well-stocked. Very nice locker rooms with good showers and even a sauna. A club for the high-end golfer. All in all we had a great day, even despite the poor weather.

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8.4
About the review
Written on: 15 November 2019Played on: 10 November 2019Handicap while playing: 17.2
  • Golf Son Gual Son Gual8.5
  • Clubhouse8
  • Facilities8.5
  • General impression8
  • Hospitality9
  • Maintenance9
Jeroen review

It's difficult to review Son Gual, as we played here just after a few days of very heavy rain. Buggy's were not allowed on the course as a result of that, although they allowed one injured friend to use a buggy, which was very nice. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The club has a modern feel to it and it must be a place where a lot of business is done. It's close to the airport and Palma. The course layout is nice and the golf course is known for its numerous water features, large bunkers, and well maintained, undulated and large greens. The level of maintenance is really good, even the fairways are well manicured. Due to the rain it was no real problem to be in the many bunkers, but I can imagine that this will be the case when it's dry. Nice touch is that you can buy a birdie book or download the birdie guide for free on your phone. Except from a few distance markers on the fairway, there are no visual signs how far you need to hit your next shot. So bringing along a golf watch or rangefinder is recommended. If you do not own one, the birdie guide is essential. Nice touch is the Palacio, a late-colonial style house, which you can see alongside the 18th hole. The clubhouse is also nice (quite big) with a terrace overlooking the course. We had some very nice food there and the pro shop is well-stocked. Very nice locker rooms with good showers and even a sauna. A club for the high-end golfer. All in all we had a great day, even despite the poor weather.

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