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Course Overview and Details

Updated information by the golf course professional

The setting of the course can be considered as unique in comparison with most other courses in Portugal. Located in the parklands of what was originally a very wealthy 14th Century Monastery that has been very carefully restored. No expense appears to have been spared in creating this course and its surroundings that includes a residential development.
The topographical layout of the 18 holes is over gently wooded hills which adds to its overall beauty. The course offers interesting water hazards, some elevated greens and added to this is the challenge of the strong winds that some times occur. This course has to be played with respect for its architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. who has created a golf course that demands skill from most experienced golfers. The course has hosted the Portuguese Open in 1994, 1995 and 2010 and several important international events.

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Technical Details
Tree Lined:
Exposed:
Details
Holes:
18
Par:
72
Whites:
5926 m / 6519 yd
Yellows:
5512 m / 6063 yd
Reds:
5098 m / 5608 yd
Greens:
Bent Grass
Fairways:
Cool Season Mix
Tees:
Cool Season Mix
Handicap:
Gents < 28  |  Ladies < 36
Information
Founded:
1992
Architect:
Robert Trent Jones Jr.
Proprietor:
Caesar Park Hotel Portugal, S.A
Director:
Hugo Pinheiro
Professional:
Antonio Dantas e Henrique Paulino
Green Keeper:
Carlos Vieira
Main events:
Portuguese Open of 1994, 1995 and 2010, Estoril Challenge 1997, BMW World Final 1997, Lexus Cup - European Final 1998, Estoril Open 1999
Facilities
Reception:
Everyday from 7:45am to 8:00pm
Pro Shop:
Everyday from 7:45am to 8:00pm
Driving Range:
Yes
Putting Green:
Yes
Locker Rooms:
Yes
Club House:
With Restaurant and Snack bar
Buggies:
Without GPS
Trolleys:
Manual and Eletric ( about 50 )
Golf Clubs:
Full Set
Golf Lessons:
Resident professionals
Academy:
Yes
Juniors:
Up to 18 years old
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