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Sir Henry Cotton
DescriçãoSir Henry Cotton’s beloved Penina was the first 18 holes golf course in the Algarve when it opened in 1966. It was built on former rice paddies so thousands of trees and shrubs had to be imported to create the resort. The Championship layout has hosted the Open of Portugal on no less than twelve occasions. Snaking through a variety of trees the course is flat, long and extremely tactical and many of the holes are crossed and flanked by a series of water hazards. The greens are large with very subtle slopes. A classic inland course, Penina demands accuracy and rewards strategy over heroics. It's not easy even from the front tees and from the tiger tees it can be quite intimidating. The resort complex has two additional nine holes circuits also designed by Sir Henry - the Academy and Resort Courses.
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