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t&kJanuary2010

Suggested GOLF courses in the RM???

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Hey ladies! I was wondering if any of the men in your lives have a suggested golf course we should visit in the Riviera Maya? My FI dad, our uncles, and g-pops would like me to report back!!

 

Any suggestions?? Thank you!

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We are staying at the Iberostar Paraiso Golf and Spa resort. The course is amazing. The boys will be playing there Friday. My dad will probably try and play twice =)

 

My friend was on the Canadian tour and he played there and said it was beautiful, they are trying to make it a little tougher but it's a great course. I only went to the driving range, but the Golf- Pro on-site let us take the cart and go through the course. I highly recommend this one.

 

Good luck!

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We are staying at the Iberostar Paraiso Golf and Spa resort. The course is amazing. The boys will be playing there Friday. My dad will probably try and play twice =)

My friend was on the Canadian tour and he played there and said it was beautiful, they are trying to make it a little tougher but it's a great course. I only went to the driving range, but the Golf- Pro on-site let us take the cart and go through the course. I highly recommend this one.

Good luck!
We are staying at Barcelo. Can our guest still pay to play at Iberostar?

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From my wedding website...

 

There are six different courses in the Riviera Maya that provide first-class design and facilities: The Mayan Resorts Golf with 18 holes designed by Jack Nicklaus; the Iberostar Beach Paraiso Golf Club with 18 holes designed by PB Dye; Puerto Aventuras with 9 holes; Playacar Spa and Golf Club with 18 holes designed by Robert Von Hagge; Bahia Principe with 18 holes designed by Trent Jones and The Camaleon Mayakoba Design with 18 holes designed by Greg Norman.

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I second the Iberostar course! My Dad and Brother played it a few years ago and my fiancee played this summer. They all said it was great! I guess it depends on where you are staying in RM though. They would probably appreciate going somewhere close to your resort.

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We are staying at Barcelo. Can our guest still pay to play at Iberostar?
Here are the prices for Iberostar Paraiso and yes you can play, just don't know how far away it is.

Public rack rate$195 USD
Public twilight $130

Iberostar Guest $130
Twilight Guest$95

Junior Fee $85
Club rental$40
Shoe rental$20
Rider fee$30
Replay$40
Practice range:
Medium Bucket$7
Large Bucket$10

Twilight rate after 3:00 pm low
Season and 2:00 pm high
Season.

Rate includes green fee and
Cart fee as well as snacks and
Drinks. Transportation from
Iberostar hotels.
Available rates until 21/Dic/2010

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we get wed at riu palace riviera maya and my understanding is there is a really good golf course just around the corner.well put it this way if there is,nt fi and best man will be very disappointed

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