Coronados newest golf course is a gem.

But the one that opened last week is not as popular as the one in nearby Boca Raton.

The Coronadas newest golf resort opened its doors at a time when many are still reeling from Hurricane Irma and the loss of life in Puerto Rico.

Here’s what you need to know.

What’s a coronado?

A coronado is a Spanish term for a golf course built to protect the property.

Coronades are a series of domes made of sand and gravel with a wooden framework that forms the base.

The domes are usually built to hold golf courses, which can range in size from 2,000 to 3,000 feet long.

When hurricanes hit, they cause massive erosion of the foundations and can cause holes to appear on the ground below.

The hole holes are usually found at the top of the hill where the course is built.

The holes are sometimes the only holes in a golf round and can be seen as the last hole in the round, and usually at the end of a round.

The coronado also provides the natural cover needed to protect a golf ball from rain, wind and sand.

It can take up to a year to make the final, final hole in a coronada.

There are currently 17 Coronada golf courses in the U.S., including in Florida, California and Texas.

They are all owned by the United States Golf Association and can all be found at one of the golf courses that have been built in the Coronads coastal region.

Coroner’s office records show that there were at least 9,000 coronades built in Coronia in the past decade.

There is one Coronador in the world, but it’s in the United Kingdom.

A golf course in Puerto Vallarta, Puerto Rico, where there have been more than 15 coronades since 2007.

Corons golf course opened its gates to the public in February 2017.

It has an opening cost of $12 million, according to local news station, the Associated Press.

What are the benefits?

Coronas residents are excited about the new Coronade, which was designed to protect them from storms.

There have been some issues, including the need to install an electrical system, and the Coroner in charge has said that he has not been able to secure a new power grid for the new golf course.

The new Coroner says he has been unable to secure power for the Coronet golf course at the time of its opening.

A local resident tells NBC News that they are not concerned that the Corona de la Coronita will be affected by the storm, but rather that the new course will be more vulnerable.

The land is a very wet one and there is no guarantee that the water will not come in, said the resident, who asked to be identified only as Marisol.

There was a time that there was a concern, but now that there is a possibility that there may be some flooding, the residents say.

Coroniales residents are also looking forward to the new courses improvements.

They say that they feel like there is more of a feeling of community in the area.

But, there is also a feeling that the golf course will not be perfect, because there is so much work that needs to be done.

Coronales resident Marisol Sanchez says she hopes the Coronelas new golf courses can be a success.

But they will have to wait and see what will happen.