A Classical Parkland Course

Originally, Lisbon Sports Club Golf Course dates back to 1880, when a group of English residents living in the Lisbon area, founded a Sports Club. By 1890 they had built a small 6-hole golf course in Algés and in 1922 the Club moved to Alto da Ajuda to a 9-hole golf course. Then, in 1964, the Club moved to Casal de Carregueira, where it remains today situated between the village of Belas and Vale de Lobos, about 20 km from Cascais and Lisbon. Nowadays, The Lisbon Sports Club is a typical parkland golf course, and its 18-hole layout was designed by Hawtree & Sons.

Nature and Strategy

Situated amidst hills and valleys, the Lisbon Sports Club is a relatively short golf course. However, the natural layout of the land makes it more difficult than it appears. Concentration and strategy are fundamental.

Along most of the Lisbon Sports Club golf course runs a winding water ditch. The narrow fairways lined with beautiful old trees and abundant vegetation blend in perfectly with the natural surroundings.

One of the main characteristics of the Lisbon Sports club golf course is the fact that there has been no real estate development on the course. This gives the golfer the opportunity to play golf in a natural habitat and in picturesque surroundings.

Each hole of Lisbon Sports Club is so different that no matter how often they are played, there are always new challenges awaiting the player.

After the game

The comfortable Club House of the Lisbon Sports Club with its veranda overlooking the magnificent woodland was originally the old Manor House of Casal da Carregueira.

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69 - 18 holes


  • White 5309m
  • Yellow 5029m
  • Blue 4657m
  • Red 4240m

Difficulty Medium


slightly hilly


Hawtree & Sons


1964 (18 holes - 1992)

Max. Handicap

-36 for both men & ladies


Outdoor pool - babysitter - Driving range - E-trolleys - Buggies (limited fleet) - Restaurant
Lisbon Sports Club
Casal da Carregueira
2605-213 Belas
GPS Coordinates
N 38º 47'51'' / W 9º 16'33''
Nearest Airport
Golf Course
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