Photo images of the Valle del Sol Golf Course in the Central Valley. Valle del Sol is the only 18-hole public golf course in Costa Rica. It's a very good course, challenging, well-maintained and a must if visiting Costa Rica's Central Valley!
Photo images of the Cariari Golf Course in the Central Valley just 20 minutes from San Jose. The Cariari was Costa Rica's first 18-hole course built in 1973. It is a member only golf club, but guests are welcomed under certain conditions.
Photo images of the Four Seasons Golf Resort in Guanacaste. This 18-hole course was designed by Arnold Palmer and is consistently ranked among the "Top 100 Courses Outside the United States" by Golf Digest. This course on the Papagayo Peninsula is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.
Photo images of the Reserva Conchal Golf Resort built in 2002 in the northern Guanacaste province. A Robert Trent Jones II design with with views of the Pacific Ocean and the ambiance of a Costa Rican tropical dry forest.
Photo images of the Hacienda Pinilla Golf Course in Guanacaste about a five hour drive from San Jose. This 18-hole course is Costa Rica's only true links course. With its superb greens, best to keep the ball in the fairways, as the rough is punishing.
Photograph images of the Papagayo Golf and Country Club in the Guanacaste Province. The course sprawls across rolling, wooded hills that are abundant with wildlife. This course was designed by Pete Dye in 2005, and about a 4-5 hour drive from San Jose.
Photo images of Los Suenos' La Iguana Golf Course on the Central Pacific Coast. This course is just an hour and a half from San Jose. It is built on the edge of the northern shore of Herradura Bay, with a beach that is one of the best beaches in Costa Rica for swimming.
Photo images of the Costa Rica Country Club in the Central Valley. The Costa Rica Country Club was Costa Rica's very first golf course, dating back to 1940. It is a private member only club located in the Escazu area just a 20 minute drive west of San Jose.
Photograph images of the Los Reyes Golf Club located in the Central Valley. This 9-hole course is a member only course, but does welcome visitors. It's terrain makes this a difficult course to score well on and is another option while visiting San Jose, 35 minutes away by car.