|Advices of the Portugal Tourism Office
» The 5th hole of Ocean Course in Vale do Lobo, Algarve. A par 4 ending in a dogleg. Part of a championship course created by Henry Cotton. Hard, but superb!
» The 17th hole of Victoria, in the Algarve. A par 5 bordered by lakes in a fantastic course bearing the signature of the famous Arnold Palmer.
» The 17th hole of San Lorenzo, in the Algarve. Joseph Lee's creation has earned international renown. This par 4 has a long lake running the full length of the fairway.
» The 4th hole of Aroeira II, south of Lisbon. Donald Steel designed this par 5 where pine-trees, bunkers and an unsighted green at the second shot create a true challenge.
» The 16th hole of Penha Longa, in Sintra. A gorgeous par 4 with raised tees within a course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Hr. Probably the most difficult on the whole course.
» The 3rd hole of Tróia, in the blue coast. A par 4 set along the beach, which Robert Trent Jones, Sr. rates among the best he's ever designed.
» The 2nd hole of Belas, in Estoril/Sintra area. Designed by "Rocky" Roquemore, this par 5 is known as Augusta - a fitting tribute to the US Masters course.
» The 7th hole of Golden Eagle, in the Óbidos area. Known as "The Pine-Tree Hole", this is a par 4 with a dogleg on the left, within a course with 87 bunkers and eight lakes.
» The 1st hole of Ponte de Lima, close to Porto. This hole has a raised fairway, dogleg to the right and a green surrounded by tall trees. A showcase for Portuguese course architects.
» The 10th hole of Porto Santo, in Madeira. Severiano Ballesteros made this hole particularly difficult by including water and sand obstacles on the first shot of this par 5.
Victoria Golf Course in Vilamoura
Porto Santo Golf in Madeira