About the courseARCHITECT:
William “Rocky” Roquemore
DescriptionQuinta de Cima may not be as visually stunning as its sister course Quinta da Ria, but it has hosted several elite amateur and professional tournaments including the Ladies Open of Portugal in 2008. It’s quite a long course with large greens and fairways flanked by century old trees and well positioned bunkers. A number of the tees are elevated and it contains multiple dog legs both left and right. The last three holes present one of the most memorable finishing stretches in Portuguese golf. The 16th is a wonderful par five with a double dog leg between two large lakes, the 17th is a terrific par three over water, and the par four 18th also features a lake which runs down the entire right hand side of the hole. Quinta da Cima is part of an extensive golf facility which includes Quinta de Ria and a six hole par three Academy Course.
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