Original concepts by Sir Henry Cotton, re-developed by Rocky Roquemore, hosted twice the Portuguese Open !
Both golf courses take players through umbrella pine and fig tree-lined fairways to the Atlantic.
Based on original concepts by the legendary Sir Henry Cotton and re-developed by the respected American golf architect Rocky Roquemore, the Vale do Lobo golf courses have twice been host to the Portuguese Open.
Both golf courses take players through umbrella pine and fig tree-lined fairways to the Atlantic – the Royal playing dramatically along the cliff’s edge, while the Ocean sweeps daintily down to the beach.
This combination of links and parkland golf provides an enjoyable game for golfers of all standards.