18 holes, par 69, 5.261 m. Designed by Hawtree & Sons. Open 1964
By 1890 a small 6-hole golf course was built in Algés and in 1922 the Club moved to Alto da Ajuda to a 9-hole golf course. The actual 18 holes course was inaugurated in 1964. The layout of the course corresponds to that of a typical Scottish course, with some ascents and descents that make each hole different from the previous one. There are several unforgettable holes, but the 1, 3 and 18 are often referred to as the highlights of the course. They stand out for their natural beauty, unique design and degree of difficulty.
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