Course lacks county club amenities but is a good golf course,
in good enough shape the couple of times I played it recently.
The price is fair, the course interesting and varied, and greens are in good condition and a little tricky.
You want posh, this is not the place. Go to the Phoenician for
that and pay many times the price of a good, fun round of golf you'll get at Villa de Paz.
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