Vila Nova de Cacela
Quinta de Cima Golf Course
An 18 hole par 72 designed by Rocky Roquemore, Quinta de Cima has generous fairways, several bunkers around the greens and a stream of water with dams crossing some of the holes, making it a challenging course that requires expertise and a good club selection. With an area of 620.000 m2, and amazing views of the mountais and of the Atlantic Ocean, the course is very competitive, with dog-legs to the right and the left and greens well protected by sand hazards and lakes. The greens have been seeded with Bent Crenshaw. Tees and fairways are covered with Zoysia.On one Driving Range, designed to practice with irons, there is the Robinson Golf Academy. Quinta de Cima hosted some important events like the PGA Europro Tour in 2003 and 2004 , the Portugal Algarve Seniors Open 2005, the European Seniors Tour Qualifying School in 2006, 2007 and 2008, the Portugal Algarve Ladies Open 2008, and the BMW Golf Cup International 2008.
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Castro Marim Golfe & Country Club is a dream location just half an hour from Faro or Seville international airports, with three great nine hole golf courses, nearby beaches that stretch for miles and a friendly Clubhouse bar and restaurant.
Designed by Severiano Ballesteros, Quinta do Vale Golf Resort offers an 18-hole Championship layout including 6 Par-5´s, 6 Par-4´s and 6 Par-3´s, settled on a natural valley with views over the Guadiana River, an impressive landscape that can be enjoyed from the Clubhouse.
The original par 72 Championship golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus measures 6567m2 from the tournament tees and offers a pleasurable series of eight par-4s, five par-3s and five par-5s, introducing the presence of water on eleven of the eighteen holes, in a challenging and distinctive layout, unique in the region.
Open since 2002 and designed by Rocky Roquemore, this course is perfectly integrated in the Ria Formosa Natural Park, a unique ecosystem in the Algarve, home to innumerous wild species.