Vale da Pinta Golf Course is one of the best-designed courses in Europe. It has earned a deserved reputation for the outstanding level of maintenance of the course, and its design, which makes it a challenge to golfers of all standards.|The rolling terrain is dotted with carob, fig, almond and olive trees, some of which are more than 600 years old, and a very special feature of this course is one olive tree that dates back more than 1200 years.|The size of the greens is specifically matched to the length of the approach shot. It is certain to be appreciated by experienced golfers, for whom a round on this course will provide genuine excitement and a memorable and enjoyable days play.
Course still wet under foot
Nice course with good fairways but greens need to be replaced for the present quality is far below the neighborhood courses!
Course in good condition, well looked after by reception and the starter. Forgiving course off the tees.
Max De Groot
Unfortunate to get a tee time at 12h54 even though we booked several months ago. We ended too late in twilight
Great course. Buggys a bit expensive
Greens in very poor condition
Greens not in good condition.
Good course , greens a bit rough
All arrangements were as agreed and we were welcomed well
The course was in good condition staff very helpful and friendly the pace of play was fair for this time of the year the greens were in poor condition and should be much better I met up with a wonderful couple from Holland Bert & Renne and there friend Vickey from England who were great company and fun to play with and all are very good golfers it was a Pleasure to meet ye and play around with ye and would hope to meet any of them again. Thanks Paul
*Undulated - Rolling fairways
*Dogleg - Several on both 9's
*Tree Lined - Sparse Olives
*Exposed - More so on back 9
*Buggy Recommended - If Essential
*Water hazards - 5th and 13th
*Parkland - Park and Heath Land feel
*Signature Hole - 13th
*Comments - Excellent value for money
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