Tierra del Sol Resort, Spa & Country Club

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The Tierra del Sol Resort & Golf is a resort complex on the Caribbean island of Aruba. The resort comprises villas, a spa and fitness center, and an 18-hole golf course.



The golf course opened on January 28, 1995. It was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., and plays between 6811 and 5002 yards. It is the only 18 hole golf course on Aruba.

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Coordinates: 12°36′17″N70°02′23″W / 12.60472°N 70.03972°W / 12.60472; -70.03972

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