Lisbon Sports Club was established in 1861 by English residents of Lisbon and the golf course opened in 1922. But it was only in 1964 that the club took up its permanent home, the Casal da Carregueira, which is in Belas, some 15 kilometers from Lisbon. A number of difficulties - woods to the left, stream on the right, and bunkers on both sides - challenge the player even with his first shot. Then, before the golfer is properly warmed up, he has to face another Par 3, though this time with even greater difficulties. The player can enjoy unforgettable contact with nature, and admire the cypresses, the eucalyptus and wild flowers, while at the same time facing up to shots that tax his imagination. The original house on the property has been converted into a clubhouse. Its colonial style is very welcoming, and from its terrace one can see the fairways of holes 5 and 18.
I would rate Lisbon sports club as a class B course
Lisbon Sports Club, course maintenance and greens very good. Roadways for buggy very bad. Clubhouse is being renovated, otherwise the system probably lacks the money, all in poor condition.
Unorthodox course! Nice! Mor signs to indicate next tee would be welcomed. Tricky to drive especially when wet
Course in relatively bad condition. Poor tee boxes and damaged fairways due to wild boar. One hole on temporary tees. Have played here several times before, but this was the worst condition we have seen. Great shame as it was my favourite course. Needs lots of attention (and money).
A lovely course with lots of character in great condition. A real test but again one where a buggy is essential. We didn't understand why it was so quiet there but a great day
Paths ans clubhouse very old and oldfashion
Good hosting, friendly staff. Course was mediocre in layout and condition. For the price, it is okay.
Good service and course in very good conditions It is an old lay-out with some "weird" holes
Had never played this in 13 years of annual visits to Lisbon area, but reviews seemed OK so felt it was one to tick off the list. Clubhouse staff very friendly, amended our tee time to avoid being slowed down by club comp, but very immediately disappointed by the condition of the course, the lack of signage, desperately poor buggy paths, and the criss cross nature of some holes. Definitely old school course, but everything appears old, and little recent investment to encourage visitors.
Lovely course with very true greens.lovely clubhouse with great old British traditions with nice food although a little pricey
Willem de Lange
Our buggy broke down on hole 9. Reception friendly. Course is old, sometimes no signs.
Really great course and friendly staff
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