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DescriptionSituated in the centre of the Algarve, Salgados is routed through a succession of saltwater lagoons, canals and freshwater lakes and consequently water comes into play on almost every hole. It was the first course in Portugal to use waste water for irrigation. As part of a luxury resort, with hundreds of tall palm trees, the course style feels quite Floridian. It’s relatively flat but requires a fair amount of strategy and accurate club selection to avoid the numerous hazards. The fairways are narrow and the decent sized greens are slightly undulating. One of the best holes on the course is the par five 6th - a narrow dog leg where the approach needs to be played over a lake to a green surrounded by ancient olive trees.
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