At Estoril Golf Club, one of Portugal’s oldest courses, guests can enjoy a spectacular round of golf in the most beautiful surroundings. Part of a protected landscape, the first and last three holes are laid out in a pine wooded valley studded with granite outcrops; holes 6-13 are on a hill with fabulous views to the sea and mountains. Four times host to Portuguese Open. Owned by the Hotel Palácio and designed by the famous architect Mackenzie Ross, this stunning 18 hole course is a par 69 with 5175 metres, surrounded by colourful flora, including mimosas, pine and eucalyptus trees. Besides the main course there is a 9 hole course, which provides the perfect location for less experienced players, improve your handicap.
Blue 4472 metres (2 x 9 holes),
Rating 67.7, Slope 119
Red 4380 metres (2 x 9 holes),
Rating 67.1, Slope 118
Jean Gassiat (1929, 9 holes); Mackenzie Ross (1945)
4 professionals/teachers (1 Scottish, 1 German and 2 Portuguese); Short game area and the Blue Course, a 9 hole course (par 34) which is very special for teaching and for beginners, where no handicap is required.
Estoril Golf Club features an elegant Clubhouse attractively situated in a pine forest setting. Excellent facilities include a good restaurant, 2 bars, swimming pool and Pro Shop.
Handicap is required to play the championship course. Tee times on weekends and holidays are subject to availability. Players must respect dress code. The use of soft spikes is required.