Despite the monster resort next to the course we were lucky enough to enjoy an afternoon of golf all to ourselves at Cima. The course is pleasant enough without being stunning or particularly memorable. It starts well enough, pleasantly winding through some old olive trees. The fairways are wide and well kept with distinctly different grades of rough to catch anything too wayward. Greens are also well kept, moderately fast and true without gimmicky huge breaks. Lots of well positioned bunkers too filled with soft white sand.The biggest issue is it all starts to feel very 'samey' around the turn with a number of dull slogs with little in the way of interesting features or challenges. Fortunately things pick up on the closing run and 16, 17 and 18 are a really fun set of holes with water an ever present threat.All in not a bad course, but nothing to shout about.
Date: June 06, 2014