A terrific course and in very good condition. But the extensive waste areas proved too much of a challenge for the higher handicappers in our group. Overall, the best course we played.
Troia Golf Course
Troia's championship golf course is situated on the Troia peninsula near Setubal, to the South of Lisbon. It may be rather remote, but the golf course, created by the legendary architect Robert Trent Jones Junior, is worth the travelling time.
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Troia Golf Course
In 2005, Golf Magazine ranked Troia as the 25th best course in Europe, which is high praise indeed. Trent Jones' superb layout is characterised by small greens and narrow fairways, guarded by the sandy dunes that make the peninsula so special. Troia hosted the Portuguese Open in 1983, and more recently was the venue for the European Amateur Championships, underlining how good the championship course is.
Trent Jones recently stated that he would include the third hole if he could create an eclectic course from all his projects, so why not visit Troia to experience it yourself?
- Golf Buggies
- Pro Shop
- Putting Greens
- Club House
- Championship Standard Course
Played two days. Day one, good pace of play, great views. Day two, we were the only people playing, or so it seemed. Played the front nine, had some lunch the continued to play. No one else there! What more could you ask for.
Really liked the course. Clubhouse and service was below par for a top course, but setting was great and whilst the course wasn’t emasculate, it had lots of charm and fun holes.
A good course with bunkers in front of every green. Fairways in good order but miss them and you pay the penalty in soft sand/wasteland. Greens in top order and the facilities were first class. Well worth a visit.
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