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Aruba Golf Club

Golfweg 82 (In southeastern Aruba), San Nicolas, Aruba
297 8 42006
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Officially closed when we got there, but played one hole anyway

When we finally found the course, after visiting Baby Beach, it looked abandoned. No cars, no... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
gr8one17
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Richardson, Texas
Worth the drive, even if you don't want to golf...

...and we didn't. Despite the sign claiming it was open, this looked like a ghost course until we... read more

Reviewed 8 February 2017
marfitann
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Colorado
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A favorite with tourists visiting the island, the club offers a nine-hole course with 20 sand traps and 5 water traps, plus a clubhouse complete with bar, workshop, storage rooms and lockers.
  • Excellent32%
  • Very good23%
  • Average29%
  • Poor11%
  • Terrible5%
3 weeks ago
“Officially closed when we got there, but played one hole anyway”
8 Feb 2017
“Worth the drive, even if you don't want to golf...”
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Golfweg 82 (In southeastern Aruba), San Nicolas, Aruba
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297 8 42006
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When we finally found the course, after visiting Baby Beach, it looked abandoned. No cars, no people. I brought 6 balls and my glove, just to attempt to get a few holes in. I finally found a human being in the clubhouse, and he said...More

Thank gr8one17
Reviewed 8 February 2017

...and we didn't. Despite the sign claiming it was open, this looked like a ghost course until we glimpsed a distant golf cart rattling around among the cacti. Whether or not you're golfers, make the trip out here to view the wild goats, the giant...More

Thank marfitann
Reviewed 30 January 2017

What a challenging golf course. One par 3 I had to aim almost 100 yards to the left such a fun shot to be faced with. Great day out with friends from the cruise ship. Staff were friendly and the crew discount was excellent.

1  Thank Thomas N
Reviewed 4 November 2015

We rented a car and took the adventurous route to the Aruba Golf Club. If you are looking for a traditional round of golf-this is not for you. For $60 , you and a playing with partner get a beat up golf cart, some less...More

2  Thank Jerry M
Reviewed 9 October 2015 via mobile

We had.a true aruba golf experience and a lot of laughs too. We had a great time, very different golfing.

2  Thank Vicki K
Reviewed 26 September 2015

We had to carry artificial turf mats around and drop the ball on it to hit a shot. The greens were cinders raked very fine if I recall. Not grass. Awesome time, never will find another course experience quite like this but dont expect a...More

3  Thank Michael A
Reviewed 3 August 2015

As the reviews point out, if your golf snob, don't come here, come to experience something different, rough ground astro mat, goats, cactus, rocks oil/sand greens/browns or whatever. $25 a steal. i was only person on the course. Its simply different, historic and has to...More

Thank bill_tee
Reviewed 6 November 2014

I loved the staff not to mention the beautiful surroundings, my husband and I renewed out wedding vows on the beach near by as it was a surprise to me, the golf staff helped him find a preacher to do the job and helped him...More

1  Thank Karen R
Reviewed 7 October 2014

Gosh it had to 25 years ago that my Dad and I played here. When there were no other choices on the island, the 18 hole course yet to be in existance, we gave it a try. Despite it not being a normal game of...More

5  Thank michaeltargosz
Reviewed 15 July 2013

The Aruba Golf Club was at its height in the 50's and early 60's when Lago Refinery was in full operation, and many of the hundreds of foreign staff employees were members. Aruba is a desert island, with water scarce, so the little grass on...More

6  Thank SwashbucklerDF
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