Lac de Verde Golf Club

Designer: Dean Lowdon

Course Description:

Located in the rural Strada region of Romania Lac de Verde is a par 71 playing at over 7000 yards with narrow fairways and firm greens that is a real test for any golfer, particular if the wind happens to be blowing strongly.

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
No hosted tournaments for this course.

Other Courses by Dean Lowdon

Course Name Theme Par
Interlaken Alpine 71
Sierra Vista Desert 71
Dainton Park Harvest 72
Le Golf National Countryside 71
Windermere Country Club Countryside 72
Kilton Forest Boreal 71
TGC @ Kettle Moraine Boreal 70
Arden Hills 2015 Course Boreal 72
Lake Starnberg 2015 Course Alpine 72
Pine Mountain Resort (Winter) Alpine 71
Dallowgill Old Course Harvest 71
Cherry Lakes Resort Harvest 72
Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club Desert 71
Sherwood Forest Retreat Harvest 27
Hook Island Delta 71
Lochmead Highlands Highlands 72
Kilton Paradiso Tropical 71
Sunset Valley Golf Club Desert 71
Doolough Manor Highlands 71
Doolough Manor Black Tees Highlands 71
Kilsbergen Skog Boreal 71
Interlaken Imperial Swiss 71
Whitefish Mountain Winter 71
Lac de Verde Club de Golf Rustic 71
Interlaken Imperial Black Swiss 71
Crooked Stick Harvest 72
TGC@ Scottsdale Silverado Desert 71
Clube Olimpico Rocinha Delta 71
Le Golf National 2016 Countryside 71
Tvismark Golf Klub Highlands 72
Karlstad Golfklubb Winter 71
Le Golf National Countryside 71
Harvest Hills Par 3 Course Harvest 27
Royal Doolough Highlands 71
Interlaken Imperial Swiss 71
Kilsbergen Skog 2017 Boreal 71
Wangsa Maju Resort Tropical 70

Member Reviews:

Yet another fine course plagued by the nonsense I've come to expect from extra firmness.

I shake my head and am beginning to sound like a broken record when it comes to these extra firm courses. It is so hard to execute these types of courses, I feel bad when I downgrade a course from tour worthy to approved because you just can't get the ball to stop on the green because it isn't set up properly. HB really dropped the ball by denying players the ability to impart backspin to help counteract it.

Anyhoo, this course really was well designed, nicely carved fairways and and some very appealing green design. The course had very nice visuals, brightly lit, and no annoying shadows obscuring the holes. And despite my frustration watching approach after approach bounce crazily off of the back, I still enjoyed my round.

The designer did make some efforts to help make the course playable, implementing long greens w flags towards the back to allow for a bounce and roll-up. But too often I was faced with a very long iron approach, or a green with no landing area because a hazard was right in front of the pin. I just think in fairness, GIR needs to be able to be achieved. I understand that you shouldn't always be able to make birdie on each hole, but you should still have an opportunity, even if it means facing a 20+ foot putt, just as long as the ball can be settled on the putting surface somewhere, that's all I ask.
Reviewed by: James Moon on 5/13/2015