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Anyone played Cap Juluca's Temenos Golf Club in Anguilla recently?

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3 Families traveling this summer for great golf and beautiful beaches. Dominican Republic and Barbados have great golf, but we're also looking into Anguilla.

But what about Temenos in Anguilla? Has anyone played there RECENTLY?

If we talk the guys into Aguilla and get there and it's not in good condition or resort standards, then we're in trouble! The website states: On December 19, 2009 Cap Juluca proudly reopened and now manages Anguilla's first and only golf course.

Reopened? New Management? Those words scare me.

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    I have traveled to Anguilla since 1990. It was always a beach vacation and the clubs were to remain home. When I found out a golf course was to open I could not wait. It was my dream come true. However I did not play until last July. It was just too expensive ($400.00 a round plus club rental). Sorry I refuse to pay that much unless it's Augusta National.

    Some background on the course. It was built along with luxury villas that were to sell for millions. Then came the recession. The course was taken over and managed by Cap Juluca
    a very nice, high end resort in Anguilla. However the villas remain empty. Cap Juluca was smart and reduced the rates to $ 120.00 after 1:00 PM. Now I'll pay that to break up the beach bum boredom.

    The course is beautiful with magnificent views of St. Marten; and very tough to play, especially with trade winds that can turn a slice into a 90 degree shot. I don't think you will be disappointed. The course was in great shape last July, especially since the Island can be very dry that time of year.

    I played as a single in 3 hours. There wasn't a soul on the course, except for the cart girl who was a sight for sore eyes. Could not wait to get my next Carib.

    When you're not playing golf you can relax on the best beaches in the Carribean, or have a fantastic meal at one of the many restaurants on the island. After all Anguilla is known for beaches and food and VERY FRIENDLY people.

    I normally don't tell ANYONE about Anguilla, so it doesn't become another spoiled golf vacation destination. SO DO NOT TELL ANYONE ELSE!

    Have a great time and if you see a person scrounging through the brush, say hello, it will probably be me looking for balls!

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