Lima Country Club
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|White M: 73.1/123||426||390||395||148||542||499||183||352||439||3374||361||150||415||532||181||372||325||413||565||3314||6688|
|Red W: 71.7/123||374||380||383||126||519||475||160||344||382||3143||353||144||379||491||172||329||288||391||522||3069||6212|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Showers, Locker Rooms
Now called Club Campestre
The lack of driving carts was frustrating and the language barrier with my caddie was another black mark. Caddies are once required but totally useless to non-Spanish speakers. It tends to make for an awkward 4 hours.
No signs on the course except for some fairway markers but nothing on the tee boxes. Palm trees and sand bunkers are in play all throughout the course.
There is no pro shop so you can't pick up any souvenirs and the staff is not friendly either. The tee boxes are small and the greens are medium size. They don't appear to be taken care of either and were incredibly slow.
If you're in Lima, this is the course to play but don't go into it with high hopes.