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Golf courses around Lisbon

Golf courses around Lisbon

The mild climate and the incomparable beauty of the coastal landscapes make Lisbon a golf region, which is very popular for golfers from all over the world. Designed by architects known for their challenging rounds of golf, such as Robert Trent Jones, Rocky Roquemore, Donald Steel, Frank Pennink, Severiano Ballesteros, and Jorge Santana da Silva to name a few of them. The golf courses are characterized by their quality and variety combined with the comfort and high standard of their hotels and clubhouses. The proximity of Lisbon to the most diverse and protected natural areas, as well as buildings and a landscape classified as a World Heritage Site, makes this area the perfect complement to a great golf holiday.

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Dolce CampoReal Golf Course

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Turcifal, Lisbon Region

A challenging par-72, 18-hole course traversing the beautiful landscape of the protected area of the Socorro and Archeira Mountains, in the heart of the western region, is awaiting you.

Praia D’El Rey Golf Course

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Óbidos, Lisbon Region

Praia D’El Rey Golf Course is arguably one of the most stunning golf courses in Europe. Set among extensive pine forests and undulating dunes, with spectacular views over the Atlantic and the Berlengas Islands beyond.

Royal Óbidos

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Vau, Lisbon Region

The 18-holes of Royal Óbidos (2012) were designed by Seve Ballesteros. The course lies within the Royal Óbidos Golf & Spa Resort north of Lisbon. Its layout will represent a true test of golf for players of all levels. Water hazards and landscapes of bunkers enhance the almost links course character.

Par 72, 6695 meters

 

West Cliffs Golf Links

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Óbidos, Lisbon Region

West Cliffs Golf Links was carefully designed to include multiple residential, leisure and wellness offerings to suit your every day need. The Resort, properties, and the golf course were designed to be integrated into the landscape, in harmony with the natural environment and maintaining the ecosystem sustainability.

Estoril Golf Club

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Estoril, Lisbon Region

The 27-holes of Estoril Golf Course (1929) are set amongst eucalyptus, mimosas and pine trees just 25 minutes away from Lisbon. The 18-holes Estoril Championship Course was a few times redesigned, in 1936 by Mackenzie Ross. It is known as one of the oldest and most emblematic clubs in Portugal. 

Oitavos Dunes

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Quinta da Marinha, Lisbon Region

The Oitavos Dunes is considered to be one of the finest and best golf courses in the world. With an exceptional location, it offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Sintra. The practice ground is available to all customers, but the course requires a handicap certificate.

Penha Longa Atlantic Championship Course

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Linhó, Lisbon Region

The 18-hole Atlantic course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, opened in 1992 and staged the Portuguese Open two years later. Every hole is different and exciting, with Jones using the contours to significant effect. The course has a superb flow to it, and the views throughout are magnificent, especially away to the coastal towns of Cascais and Estoril and the blue Atlantic ocean.

Penha Longa Monastery Course

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Linhó, Lisbon Region

The Monastery course, also designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., is the perfect complement to its sister course. The 9-hole course is less undulated than the Atlantic Championship; offering moderated challenges which suit all levels of players. The Penha Longa Monastery golf is also characterized by fast greens and narrow fairways and benefits from the stunning landscapes of the surrounding national park.

Penha Longa Golf Club

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Linhó, Lisbon Region

With its bold drives, courageous approaches and artful greens, it is both an adrenalin rush and a soothing journey through one of Portugal's most inspiring landscapes. Exciting at every turn, this championship challenge and host to the Portuguese Open is a master test of variety and thrills.

Pestana Beloura Golf Resort

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Sintra, Lisbon Region

The 18-holes golf course of Pestana Beloura (1993) belongs to the group of Pestana Golf Resorts. The verdant foothills of the Sintra Mountains offer a breathtaking backdrop for the Pestana Beloura Golf Course. Here the famous American golf course architect Rocky Roquemore has conceived a course that will stretch both your imagination and ability yet provide an enjoyable challenge to golfers of all levels.
Over 40,000 eucalyptus, oak, pine, magnolia, palm and other exotic trees and plants have been planted on this gently undulating Par 72, 18 hole course that measures 5,573 metres from the Men's Tees and 5,173 from the Women's Tees. Water comes into play on many of the holes as they meander between the various lakes and streams that border the Fairways.

Aldeia dos Capuchos Golf Course

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Caparica, Lisbon Region

The Aldeia dos Capuchos Golf Course is located on the main entrance of the Historical Village of Capuchos, reminded by its exclusive character and significant presence of Capuchos Monastery. With an outstanding panoramic view over the sea, integrated into a vast residential condominium area with touristic vocation, served and surrounded by an extensive green area and also a physical maintenance circuit. 

Belas Clube de Campo

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Belas, Lisbon Region

Belas is a Championship Golf Course. The layout is extraordinary, with several fairways and greens set in deep valleys, and it offers unforgettable panoramic views. With its excellent variety of holes, the course is a pleasure to play, whatever one’s handicap. It demands both skill and tactical play and is acknowledged, both nationally and internationally, as one of Portugal’s best-constructed golf courses.

Clube de Campo da Aroeira I

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Charneca de Caparica, Lisbon Region

Only 25 km from Lisbon, located in a protected pine woodland and close to the coastal town of Caparica, Aroeira is a unique estate comprising of two golf courses and a host of impressive mansions. Designed by Frank Pennink and opened in 1973, Aroeira I was affectionately christened the ‘Wentworth of Lisbon’ by the UK press, and it is easy to see why.

Clube de Campo da Aroeira II

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Charneca de Caparica, Lisbon Region

Opened in 2000, designed by Donald Steel and built to exacting European Tour recommendations, Aroeira II compliments its older sister well. Visitors will enjoy the distinct tranquil and serene Aroeira environment but will discover a course that possesses a few more thrills and spills along the way.

Clube Golfe Quinta do Peru

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Quinta do Conde, Lisbon Region

Located 30 minutes drive from Lisbon city and framed by the Arrábida Natural Park, Quinta do Peru Golf & Country Club is a beautifully crafted design by Rocky Roquemore and is rated among the ‘Top 100 courses in Continental Europe’ in the prestigious Golf World magazine ranking.

Lisbon Sports Club

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Belas, Lisbon Region

The course initially had only 14-holes and was later extended to 18 holes. Close to Lisbon, it is embedded in a romantic setting and requires skill and strategy due to its numerous water hazards that affect the game on 12 holes.

Oeiras Golf

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Barcarena, Lisbon Region

Located in Oeiras and surrounded by the most important business center of Portugal, this 3,515-yard 9-hole course offers players an enjoyable and challenging golf experience in a quiet and secluded setting just 10 minutes away from the busy streets of Lisbon.

Ribagolfe I

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Samora Correia, Lisbon Region

Once described as the ‘Valderrama of Portugal,’ Ribagolfe I provides a superb test of golf in a unique and natural setting 40 minutes from Lisbon.

Ribagolfe II

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Samora Correia, Lisbon Region

A shorter test than its sibling Ribagolfe I but still measuring more than 6,800 yards, Ribagolfe II was designed by former Ryder Cup player Michael King in collaboration with European Tour Design. Blessed with the same indigenous cork oak canvas, King has crafted a more forgiving but equally appealing golf course with wider fairways and landing areas. The large, moderately contoured greens, however, provide a stiff test if you’re to score well here.

Santo Estêvão Golfe

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Benavente, Lisbon Region

In the untouched countryside, just 30 minutes from the Lisbon Airport, lies the new 18-hole course. The place is tree-rich, especially the old cork oaks are typical for this part of the region. Designed by British architect Donald Steel, the space on gently undulating terrain offers carefully integrated bunkers and greens. 

Tróia Golf

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Maia Porto, Lisbon Region

Situated between the Sado Estuary and the Serra da Arrábida, the TROIA GOLF Championship Course is an 18-hole, par 72 and 6,317-meter long course that stretches along the beach with magnificent views of the sea. Designed by North American golf architect Robert Trent Jones Senior, TROIA GOLF was voted one of the best golf courses in the world by Rolex in 2011 and featured in the Rolex World's Top 1,000 Golf Courses guide.

Quinta da Marinha Golf Course

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Cascais, Lisbon Region

The 18-hole Quinta da Marinha Golf Course (1984) was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. It belongs to the Hotel Quinta da Marinha Resort. Like on many Portuguese courses the par-3 holes often prove to be the most challenging holes on the course - the Quinta da Marinha Course is no exception. Small tight greens protected by water hazards or bunker. The course hosted some professional competitions like the Ladies Masters or PGA Seniors Tour Championship.

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