Donald Steel created the course at the Vila Sol Golf Resort without the need for excessive contouring or the creation of unnatural hazards.
The Ocean course at Vale do Lobo is perhaps the understudy to the Royal layout, but nevertheless it’s a solid sandy course and it stands up on its own two feet.
Designed by UK architect Terry Murray, the original course at Castro Marim Golf & Country Club (comprising the Atlantic and Guadiana nines) first opened for play in 2001...
Opening for play in 2002, the Quinta da Ria golf course was designed by architect Rocky Roquemore, and it's a traditional par 72 layout measuring 6,016 metres from the back tees.
The future is bright for the Christy O'Connor Jnr. course at the Amendoeira Resort, which opened in October 2008, in fact, the architect “wanted one hole where it was just oranges”…
Located between the town of Belas and Vale de Lobo – a short drive (by car) from Lisbon city centre – is the pretty golf course of Belas Clube de Campo.
Situated within a preservation area, on the Setubal Peninsula, lies Aroeira Golf Resort. A 900-acre paradise for golfers and non-golfers alike.
The championship course at Quinta da Marinha is set within a luxury 5-star resort close to Cascais, a former fishing village on the Estoril coast that’s now a modern day affluent suburb of the Portuguese capital.
Laid out by Martin Ebert when he was still with Donald Steel’s design company, CampoReal (which translates as “Royal Meadow”) first opened for play in 2005.
Santo Estêvão, or St Stephen in English, is a Donald Steel design that first opened for play in 2004, with wide fairways routed around open, wooded countryside on a large property extending to 180 acres.