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Old Jul 12th 2006, 12:32 am
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Default New golf course - Isla Cristina/Villa Antonia

I've been hearing rumours about a new golf course planned near Villa Antonia which is about 3km north of Isla Cristina on the CDL, but I'm trying to find out more info, such as when it will be built? exactly where? who by? etc.

Does anyone have any insider info about this? Or where would be a good place to start to find out about golf courses planned for the future?
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Default Re: New golf course - Isla Cristina/Villa Antonia

Originally Posted by keithwalters
I've been hearing rumours about a new golf course planned near Villa Antonia which is about 3km north of Isla Cristina on the CDL, but I'm trying to find out more info, such as when it will be built? exactly where? who by? etc.

Does anyone have any insider info about this? Or where would be a good place to start to find out about golf courses planned for the future?
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I am sure they will build as many as they can with the ridiculous charges for use they can get
Would you pay the same in UK ?
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Default Re: New golf course - Isla Cristina/Villa Antonia

LOL. I know of at least 10 new ones planned in this area!
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I am sure they will build as many as they can with the ridiculous charges for use they can get
Would you pay the same in UK ?
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Take a look at the Plan General de Ordenación Urbanística for the local areas. Normally available on CD or online from the Ayuntamientos .

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Or where would be a good place to start to find out about golf courses planned for the future?
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LOL. I know of at least 10 new ones planned in this area!
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Could you name them for me?

I already know about:

2 at Costa Esuri
1 more at Isla Canela
1 in Cartaya I believe
1 more at Nuevo Portil

after that I am stumped.

thanks.
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2 at Lepe/La Antilla
1 or 2 at Villablanca
1 at El Rompido

Plus at least 4 just across the border at Villa Real De Santo Antonio/Castro Marim including the 2 at Monte Rei.

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Originally Posted by keithwalters
Could you name them for me?

I already know about:

2 at Costa Esuri
1 more at Isla Canela
1 in Cartaya I believe
1 more at Nuevo Portil

after that I am stumped.

thanks.
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Originally Posted by Loco
2 at Lepe/La Antilla
1 or 2 at Villablanca
1 at El Rompido

Plus at least 4 just across the border at Villa Real De Santo Antonio/Castro Marim including the 2 at Monte Rei.

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So is this one at Villa Antonia/Isla Cristina just a myth?

I tried looking at the Plan General de Ordenación Urbanística but it really isn't an easy thing to read.
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I've been trying to organise a small society trip to Valencia / Alicante area for next year and have been really suprised by the green fees, especially nearer Oliva / Denia. Eight six euros for one of them! Green fees at my club in the UK are £15
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I've been trying to organise a small society trip to Valencia / Alicante area for next year and have been really suprised by the green fees, especially nearer Oliva / Denia. Eight six euros for one of them! Green fees at my club in the UK are £15
Thats what I was saying, they have a captured market with all the rich brits coming over
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Originally Posted by Mitzyboy
I've been trying to organise a small society trip to Valencia / Alicante area for next year and have been really suprised by the green fees, especially nearer Oliva / Denia. Eight six euros for one of them! Green fees at my club in the UK are £15
Ouch!

We just paid about 40 euros for a round at Isla Canela.
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Originally Posted by keithwalters
I've been hearing rumours about a new golf course planned near Villa Antonia which is about 3km north of Isla Cristina on the CDL, but I'm trying to find out more info, such as when it will be built? exactly where? who by? etc.

Does anyone have any insider info about this? Or where would be a good place to start to find out about golf courses planned for the future?
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Default Re: New golf course - Isla Cristina/Villa Antonia

Dunno what I'm going to do for Golf when I get there
I was hoping to play at least every week, but won't be able to afford that kind of cost.

What do you lot do? I saw theres a society network in the CB News, but I guess that doesn't cost much less.
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Default Re: New golf course - Isla Cristina/Villa Antonia

Originally Posted by Mitzyboy
Dunno what I'm going to do for Golf when I get there
I was hoping to play at least every week, but won't be able to afford that kind of cost.

What do you lot do? I saw theres a society network in the CB News, but I guess that doesn't cost much less.


Hi.Try the estate agents at marina near the hotel Rui Atlantico dicounted green fees for local cources .Isla Canela 35euros I think ,or a book of 10 games for 300 euros bought from the cource tickets transferable and valid until September .
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Default Re: New golf course - Isla Cristina/Villa Antonia

Originally Posted by Mitzyboy
Dunno what I'm going to do for Golf when I get there
I was hoping to play at least every week, but won't be able to afford that kind of cost.

What do you lot do? I saw theres a society network in the CB News, but I guess that doesn't cost much less.
I bought a life-long share at my club, Escorpion in Valencia for 23,500€ in 2003. The green fees are an extra 1,300€ per annum. So I can play every day for 25€ per week. Compared to the pay as you play 80€.

At the time, it was a huge amount of money to invest, but it has paid off. The shares are now valued at 46,000€, of which the club take a 6,000€ transfer fee.
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Wow .... you're right thats a lot of money
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