Quinta de Cima Golf Club

Course Type
Parkland
Designer
TBC
Par
72 
Slope
 
Rating
3.5
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
1

Course Information

ADDRESS:
Apartado 161, V. N. de Cacela, Tavira, Algarve, 8900, Portugal
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
00351 281 950 580
DESCRIPTION:

Quinta de Cima is an 18 hole course whcih was designed to take full advantage of the natural surroundings. There are dog-legs to the right and to the left, greens well protected by sand hazards and lakes plus a stream with dams and permanent flowing water crossing several holes.

The greens have been seeded with Bent Crenshaw whilst the tees and fairways are covered with Zoysia.

Since there is no real estate construction on the site the Cima Course is a paradise for golfers who love to be always in contact with nature.

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Overall Course Rating
3.3 / 5

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Good honest courses

Both Quinta da Ria and Quinta de Cima share all the facilities adjacent to the Robinson Hotel/Complex. Both courses are in pretty good shape.

De Cima seems to like loads of bunkers and a bit of water and da Ria appears to like plenty of water with a good smattering of bunkers.

Tee boxes through to the greens on both courses are in very good condition and (providing the mowers are used) have plenty of run on the fairway.

The two memorable holes are, firstly on de Cima, the 17th 171 yard par 3 straight over a lake. the wind was blowing the day I played and it required a driver for both players. Secondly the 10th par 4 SI1 - more water at 190 yards from the tee with a pair of mature tree just behind. You need to grip it and rip it, what a cracking hole.
Date Saturday, 25, March 2017