Aroeira I golf club

PORTUGAL, Lisboa, Peninsula de Setubal
Aroeira I ranking 3 of 5 out of 1 votes

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Description

 Aroeira I golf course
Herdade da Aroeira is located in a preserved area, 25km from the centre of Lisbon and just 600 meter from the beach. It is the largest housing and golf complex in the Greater Lisbon area. The estate covers 350 hectares, has thousands of pines and several lakes to go with a temperate microclimate. There are two 18-hole championship golf courses, a golf school, a friendly clubhouse with restaurant, snack-bar, bar and golf shop, as well as apartments and villas, tropical swimming pool, four tennis courts, playground, shopping mall and a hotel is planned. The estate is ring fenced, has gatehouses and a round-the-clock security service. These features make Herdade da Aroeira the ideal place to live or spend a deserved holiday playing golf, relaxing and getting in touch with nature while remaining close to a capital city teeming with life.

Course info

Designer(s): Frank Pennink
Course layout: Forrest
Year opened: 1973
Holes: 18
Practice par 3: No
Max hcp Women: 36
Max hcp Men: 34
Buggy needed?: No

Course facilities

Putting green: Yes Club house: Yes
Driving range: Yes Parking: Yes
Golf lessons : Yes Restaurant: No
Golf shop: Yes Locker: No
Buggys : No Shower: No
Electric Trolley: No Sauna: No
Trolley: No Massage: No
Club rental: No Gym: No
Hotel: No Pool: No

Tee info

White tee White Yellow tee Yellow Red tee Red
Meter : 6044 5740 5188
Par : 72 72 72
Slope : 123 119 116

Course ratings

Course lenght: 3
Course with: 2
Course hilliness : 2
Course hazards: 4
Green Difficulty: 4
Green Size: 3
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Aroeira I Reviews

Rating: 3 of 5
2012-04-30 - "The group enjoyed the course but the tees need a lot of work on them. The rest of the course was good and it makes it surprising that the tees were so poor." - Richard Lambert.