Oitavos Dunes golf club

PORTUGAL, Lisboa, Grande Lisboa
Oitavos Dunes ranking 4.25 of 5 out of 2 votes

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Description

 Oitavos Dunes golf course
The most respected golf course ranking in the world is published biannually by GOLF Magazine. Last September 2011 Oitavos Dunes jumped 20 places up the list to be considered the 68th best course in the world and the second best in mainland Europe. The recognition is a result of 15 minor changes to the course, including new tees on holes 7 and 9, and the placement of sand dunes in strategic holes such as the 10th. In 2001, the focal point of Quinta da Marinha was the Championship golf course Oitavos Golfe, designed by Arthur Hills to surround a 5-Star Hotel set to open in fall 2010. As the course became recognized internationally as a Links experience, the decision was made to change the name to Oitavos Dunes to reflect the natural sand dunes, impacts of the Ocean and Scottish like playing conditions, which all contribute to the way many view Oitavos Dunes as Natural Links Golf.

Course info

Designer(s): Arthur Hills
Course layout: Links
Year opened: 2001
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: No
Golf lessons : Yes Restaurant: Yes
Golf shop: Yes Locker: Yes
Buggys : Yes Shower: Yes
Electric Trolley: No Sauna: No
Trolley: Yes Massage: No
Club rental: Yes Gym: No
Hotel: Yes Pool: No

Tee info

White tee White Yellow tee Yellow Red tee Red
Meter : 6303 5809 4620
Par : 71 71 71
Slope : 130 125 124

Course ratings

Course lenght: 4
Course with: 3
Course hilliness : 2
Course hazards: 4
Green Difficulty: 3
Green Size: 4
Course statistics based on clients feedback

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Oitavos Dunes Reviews

Rating: 4.4 of 5
2017-09-20 - "Course was excellent and lived up to expectations. very scenic, combining flat and hilly holes. Par 3 hitting across a gap (ravine?) was memorable, particularly with wind against! Only downside was price of buggies - 70Euros???" - welsh shanker