27 holes. Par 69. 5.319 m. Designed by Jean Gassiat and redesigned by Mackenzie Ros. Open in 1929 (first 9 holes)
one of the oldest and most emblematic clubs in Portugal and where two of the Portuguese most important tournaments have been held frequently. It is set amongst eucalyptus, mimosas and pine trees giving a uniquely colourful touch that demands excellent tactics, and challenges in accuracy rather than distance. The visually stunning par 3 holes, although they vary in length, all pose particular challenges. Hole 16 of Estoril Golf Course is internationally well known, with a Par 3 of 185 meters. It is set amongst eucalyptus, mimosas and pine trees giving a unique colourful touch that demands excellent tactics, and challenges in accuracy rather than distance.
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