Quinta da Marinha
The Quinta da Marinha course, set amongst beautiful pine trees and
stretching down to Guincho beach, has some of the most majestic scenery
In Portugal. Its hole number 13, a Par 4 descending to the sea, is
a picture postcard of Portuguese golf.
Oitavos Golf in Quinta da Marinha is the 1st Golf Course in Europe
and the 2nd in the World to as a Certified Signature Sanctuary - Gold.
The Penha Longa course enjoys championship characteristics, an excellent
level of maintenance and beautiful panoramic views over the Sintra
mountain range. In 1994 and 1995 it was the location for the Portuguese
Penha Longa has now a new nine hole course - called Mostelro - offering
a new alternative to the existing course.
Estoril Sol is a beautiful nine hole course offering golfers a
challenge that is both pleasurable and varied, including one of the
country's best practice areas.
One of the oldest and best-known golf courses in Portugal, Estoril
was the location of the Portuguese Open Championship between 1953
and 1972. Many champions - including Max Faulkner and Seve Ballesteros
- have walked the fairways of this course.
Quinta da Beloura
Quinta da Beloura, with fine views over the Sintra mountain range
and a course surrounded by trees on flat terrain, provides a very
pleasurable game of golf.
The latest course opened on the Lisbon's Coast, designed by Rocky
Roquemore. Its eighteen holes extend over 6,128 meters for a Par 72.
Lisbon Sports Club
Situated very close to Lisbon and blending harmoniously into a
romantic landscape, this is a course that demands both skill and imagination,
because of a watercourse that affects the nature of the game played
over more than twelve of the holes.
Set beside the south bank of the Tagus just a few minutes from
Lisbon, Aroeira is a course that perfectly reconciles the requirements
of a championship course whilst being set in beautiful landscape.
Designed by the architect Donald Steel, with 18 long holes that
contour 6 large lakes.
Quinta do Peru
With the Arrabida mountain range as its backdrop, the Quinta do
Peru Golf Course is the newest of the courses situated in a region
of castles to the south of river Tagus.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones, this is one of the most fascinating
golf challenges in Portugal, laid out across a peninsula close to
the sea, with the majestic backdrop of the Arrabida mountain range,
and surrounded by beaches.
One of the country's newest golf courses set in flat terrain,
Montado's landscape is dotted with oaks and Intersected by rivulets
and small lakes.
This is the first municipal golf course to be built in Portugal and
is located in the very heart of Lisbon, close to the airport.
Praia d'El Rey
Set in extensive grounds of pine forest and undulating dunes
with spectacular views over the Atlantic and the Berlenga Islands
Located near the Consolação beach in Peniche, this nine hole course runs parallel to the beach for two and a half kilometres.
Famous for the excellent conditions under which its 9 holes are kept,
Vimeiro is situated in a beautiful landscape of farming land and is
famous for the healing properties of its waters.
There are two courses, Ribagolfe I and Ribagolfe II, each a par 72 with 18 holes. The courses stimulate all five senses, where the natural elements, as part of the game, provide new challenges for the more discerning golfer.
The new course is part of Vila Nova de Santo Estevão, a residential and touristic resort specifically designed for single-family housing, with large plots and extensive green areas and only 7 residents per hectare.
The course covers an area of 55 hectares and is 6009 meters in length, and is surrounded entirely by well-appointed buggy paths.