Located within a nature reserve and just five minutes from Lagos, Espiche Golf is an eco-resort which has been perfectly integrated into the surrounding natural environment and offers a unique and authentic experience in the western Algarve.
This prestigious links course is considered one of the top 10 courses in Portugal and has already hosted two European Tour events.The Estela course was built over three kilometres of beautiful sand dunes along the Minho coast, providing breathtaking (...)
One of the oldest golf courses in Portugal, Golf do Estoril offers its visitors spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean. It has become internationally famous because of its location close to the luxury seaside resort of Estoril and has long (...)
A winding course with several beautiful waterfalls, offering an excellent opportunity for those wishing to play golf in a setting that is typical of Northern Portugal. The Amarante course is located in the estate of Quinta da Deveza and is set in a (...)
Montebelo Golfe, ten minutes from Viseu surrounded by Caramulo and Estrela mountains, is located within a dream landscape. The opening ceremony of the eighteen holes course was in September 1997, and in June 2007 it underwent expansion works to add (...)
Golf Santo Antonio, formerly known as Parque da Floresta, was designed by the distinguished Spanish golf architect Pepe Gancedo, one of the most famous architects in Spain, whose philosophy of golf construction involves minimal alteration of the (...)
Nick Price, the former world Nr.1 player, has teamed up with the well-known golf course architect, Ronald Fream, to create a uniquely designed 18 hole course with 27 varied greens that enable the golfer to play the same course several times with (...)
Laid out over low lying coastal terrain, this course, with its many water hazards and few trees, is considerably different from the other ones at the resort and many of its holes convey a links atmosphere.U.S. golf architect Joseph Lee designed this (...)
Originally Lisbon Sports Club dates back to 1880, when a group of English residents living in the Lisbon area, founded a Sports Club. By 1890 they had built a small six hole golf course in Alges. In 1922 the Club moved to Alto da Ajuda to a nine (...)
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