Quinta do Vale Golf Club

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

Course Information

ADDRESS:
Eiras da Achada, Castro Marim, Algarve, 8950-050, Portugal
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
+351 281 531 615
DESCRIPTION:

Designed by Severiano Ballesteros, Quinta do Vale Golf Resort features an 18-hole Championship layout including 6 Par-5´s, 6 Par-4´s and 6 Par-3´s. Superbly integrated into the landscape and with stunning views over the Guadiana River, the course sits in a natural valley overlooked by the Clubhouse.

At Quinta do Vale, players will notice Seve´s creativity as well as his promise: To please everyone no matter what their handicap is. The course is enhanced by numerous dogleg holes, wide fairways and obstacles all set in breath-taking surroundings…The challenge awaits you at Quinta do Vale Golf Resort.

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Overall Course Rating
3.3 / 5

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Must take a buggy

This is quite a tough course, both on ball losses and a definite need for a buggy. Thankfully there are people selling balls around the course, but once the decision is made not to take a buggy, you are stuffed.

There are a few of elevation change during the course of the round, and also more than a few long green to tee trips. Be warned, you need a buggy.

The course in itself is not bad, but as with many in the Algarve, plenty of water and plenty of sand. The tees, fairways, bunkers and greens are all in good condition, especially when you realise that the course is in the hands of the banks.

Good course to play but the buggy is a necessity.
Date Saturday, 25, March 2017