This is golf as it was played 100 years ago. You play the ball as it lies. If you want a well manicured course built with the aid of caterpillar machines, don’t play here. The club manager could not have been more welcoming. The course suffers due to a lack of rain, so the rough tends to be sandy wasteland. However the fairways are good, if you can cope with tight lies, a…
Hier nooit meer toe. De kwaliteit van de baan is beneden maats evenals de chagerijne receptie. Gezien de historie van de golfbaan verwacht je wat meer niveau en beschaving. Dit eigenlijk nog nooit mee gemaakt. Deze baan uit de golftour programma's halen. Omspitten en spruitjes telen.
Oporto Golf Club is the oldest in Portugal, having just celebrated its 125th anniversary, as well as one of the oldest courses in Continental Europe. It is a delightful links layout with small greens and a comfortable, traditional clubhouse, which is the perfect place to relax after a round of golf. Being right next to the beach, Oporto is normally blessed with a light, heat- relieving breeze, though this can become a powerful card destroying wind at certain times of the year. There are plenty of opportunities for birdies and the breeze is definitely a welcome relief in the warmer months. The historic course was the first place golf was played in Portugal, making it reminiscent of a traditional British club in all the best ways.