A prestigious location in Cascais

Located on the famous Estoril Cascais Coast, 25 km from Lisbon, the Quinta da Marinha Golf Course was designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones Sr. The Quinta da Marinha golf course, in Cascais, is set in a private estate of 110 hectares, wooded with pine trees. It is part of the hotel Quinta da Marinha Golf Resort complex.

Breath over the Ocean

The specificities of Quinta da Marinha golf course, in Cascais, are the elevated greens and tees, combined with many bunkers in play and some water hazards. This par 71 offers fantastic panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean and the Sintra Mountains. Every hole is different, you will have to use all the clubs in the bag and play with strategy to make a good score.

For instance, you won’t forget the Hole Nr.13, a Par 3, where you will have to play over a big lake to an elevated green well protected with 4 bunkers.

The most spectacular hole on the Quinta da Marinha Golf Course is Hole Nr.3, a Par 4 of 339 metres sloping down towards the sea. Once on the green, the golfer has the Atlantic Ocean as background. The following Hole Nr.4, a Par 3, requires a very precise shot for the ball to cross a cliff and reach a wide but not very deep green.

And enjoy the magnificent views

For most of the Quinta da Marinha Golf Course, in Cascais, the fairways face inland with the beautiful outline of the Sintra mountain range forming their background. Many bunkers and a number of lakes at Quinta da Marinha golf course make the player's task even more difficult. Hole Nr.18, for instance, has a green entirely surrounded by water.

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Par

71 - 18 holes

Length

  • White 5870m
  • Yellow 5595m
  • Blue 5127m
  • Red 4758m

Difficulty Medium

Terrain

flat

Architect

Robert Trent Jones Sr.

Year

1984

Max. Handicap

28 for men / 36 for ladies
Quinta da Marinha Golf
Rua do Clube, casa 36
2750-715 Cascais
Portugal
GPS Coordinates
N 38º 42'28'' / W 9º 27'21''
Nearest Airport
Lisbon
Golf Course
Hotel
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