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Playing from the same clubhouse, the par 5 first hole plays on relatively level, though wooded, terrain. From the second on the change is evident with water, the ocean, estuaries, and great elevation changes abound as this area is quite wild. The 4th hole, a par 5, plays from a high elevation all the way to the ocean, #5 and #6 play back inland over estuaries and a variety of other natural features before returning to the Pacific Ocean where the par 3 7th follows the ocean cliff and the par 4 8th green is situated on a point overlooking the Pacific. From the tee the desired route and the green are framed on the ocean point. (The strategy and shot-making to get there will probably be discussed in detail at the 19th hole.) Finishing the Sapphire, is the 9th with the tee on the ocean point, it then proceeds over streams and through the woods to arrive safely at the Clubhouse. In comparison to the Emerald and Ruby 9s, this set of 9 holes is quite wild.
Seeing large U.S. Company investments in Nicaragua reassured us that homework had been done on stability and opportunity for return on investment. We are excited to begin construction this year and have shared the opportunity with friends and family, who have also chosen to purchase property at Gran Pacifica.