Rated 4 out of 5 by classiced nice resort course
the course is very nice if you can get the hot deal, i paid 65.00 to play and that is about what it should be, there are other courses nearby but much more expensive. the course: wide generous fairways the rough was deceivingly thick you could be standing next to your ball and not see it but it was playable, the greens overall were in good shape a couple had fungus around the edges but very playable. this is a nice resort course it doesnt beat you up too bad on errant shots and is still a challenge for all levels
October 24, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by rarx Lousy conditions
My wife and i played this course. Tee boxes are in terrible condition, fairways and rough not much better and the greens were autrocious, like playing on velcro....the pace of play was fine since we were the only ones out in the afternoon. You can only see the ocean from one hole. And its an ugly par 3 in bad shape. For what you pay to play here it is not worth the money. I have played munincipal courses in better condition. I would definitely not recommend this course to anyone.
October 18, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Orlando8374282 Not worth the money!!!!!
The course is mostly flat and not very challenging. Expect high winds. There were no drink offered during the course only 1 bottle of water at the beginning. This course is very pretty but not challenging but I really enjoy the peacefulness and ambient of the course.
August 19, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by flako21 Tee boxes & some greens need help
I'm a PR resident and frequent golfer at Rio Mar.
I don't appreciate the recently added fees from the hotel for golf.
That being said, everyone from the clubhouse, restaurant, attendants and even the landscaping crew, all are very nice people. The courses themselves need a little more attention placed on tee boxes and greens. Other than that, great golf!
July 4, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by JubaGirl Not worth the money
We were excited to play the Rio Mar Ocean Course to find the overall condition of the course to be minimum at best. The most disappointing part of the course is how the signature hole 16 has been butchered. The lack of a cart path (now in sand) and the plastic chairs by the ocean and the high-rise condo's make this hole "a joke.". What was the management thinking? My friend played here 16 years ago and found the course to be delightful and encouraged us to play. We won't be recommending this to anyone who might us.
April 27, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by u000001120654 Disappointing
Mediocre layout, in so so condition that took almost three hours to play on front nine. Would not go back
March 1, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Russel2396448 Perfect island warm up course
They should call the course Lakes because that is what your playing around most of the holes. Course was in nice shape...with a couple of ground under repair areas. It is very forgiving off the tee and with the views on some of the holes (16th to be exact) an errant tee shot won't ruining your chance of saving Par. In fact, the only hole that has a view of the ocean is the 16th hole. It is breath taking Par 3 even with the new condo building being built next to the hole. The staff was very friendly and the prices were reasonable of drinks and food.
If your looking for a good location and a reasonable rate on the island I would recommend the Wyndham resort. It's between the two premiere golf resorts on the island. (Trump International & EL Conquistador)
January 28, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by ambit1 One of Puerto Rico's best!!
Course was in good shape it had rained and was muddy in some spots. Greens varied on the roll of putts. Lots of large iguanas that are not afraid of people, but not harmful either. Even thought it is called the Ocean course there is only one hole that runs along the ocean (beautiful). Don't let this keep you from playing however. We played blue tees and course was beautiful and green. Hope to play again.
January 19, 2015