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“great back -nines !”

Club De Golf Son Termens
Ranked #4 of 7 things to do in Bunyola
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Reviewed 3 January 2016

the first couple of holes on this course which used to be a 9 hole course in the beginning are narrow and nothing special … the real play starts at 4 with a long par 4 , followed by 2 par 5's … the real beauty on this course are the back 9 up in the high valley with wonderful views and great holes!

Date of experience: December 2015
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Reviewed 23 October 2015

I really enjoyed this course. It was a bit tight with a few rock hazards around the fairways and the greens weren't bad. The views were great but what normally comes with great views is great hills and Son Termens is no exception. You need a buggy for 18 holes but they charge you €40 to rent one. It's apparently the same price wherever you go on the island which seems to be a bit of a stitch up. I paid the same for a high tech buggy at Alcanada compete with iPad GPS and flyover video views. They need to be more realistic.

Date of experience: October 2015
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Reviewed 26 April 2015

Excellent course, quite hilly and plenty of blind shots. Greens in very good condition. The course had goats wandering around which were beautiful and did not have bells round their necks like at some courses. Good idea to take a buggy as some long walks between greens and tees.

Date of experience: April 2015
Thank Mike M
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Reviewed 19 March 2015

We had this course to ourselves when we played on a Sunday afternoon in March 2015. Why would that be? The weather was not that bad on the day and other courses on the island were fully booked.
So, why were golfers not teeing up ? I think three factors might be involved, in descending order of importance:
1) A green-fee nearer 100€ buys you a ticket at many better designed and better maintained courses on the island,
2) no internet booking facility, when almost all other courses on the island have one
3) very tight course layout, bordering on downright dangerous with many holes in very close proximilty to each other.
So what could the owners and management do, apart from setting up an internet booking service which makes it easier to price low-frequency tee-off times such as ours at a lower price? They could also move the tee-markers to unused forward locations to allow the grass to recover and consider convertering a few to artificial turf where there plainly is no space to move or enlarge. As it is, many golfers get cheesed off unnecessarily, even theough the rest of the course is in decent shape.
Finally, they should actually consider making a short course even shorter by converting the ridiculous 13th hole (par 4) into a challenging par 3.
The headline? If they could somehow get hold of the unused land downhill from the club-house - visible from the access road - there would be space to re-design the course and get rid of some of the more obvious security risks, because I would hesitate to play on a really busy day with a few wayward long-hitters about.

Date of experience: March 2015
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Reviewed 4 March 2015

We played in February, so we didn't get the best of the season for this course. I imagine in the summer that the views from the mountainous side (the back nine) would be lovely, but at this time of the year all we saw were goats! Yes, actual goats munching away on the grass on the fairways and tee boxes (mountain goats that kneel to eat--actually kind of interesting to watch). The people in the pro shop were very nice, but the course was in awful condition. My husband was ready to quit after only a few holes, but I convinced him to continue in hopes that it would get better. (It didn't.) There are some interesting holes, and I imagine I would have a different opinion if I had played it in the summer, but even then, the layout on the front nine is just up and back, with holes running side by side in many cases (watch out for balls coming at you from players on the next hole).

The restaurant was adequate--not spectacular--and the paella was tasty.

Date of experience: February 2015
Thank SuffolkAnn
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