The setting of the course can be considered as unique in comparison with most other courses in Portugal. Located in the parklands of what was originally a very wealthy 14th Century Monastery that has been very carefully restored. No expense appears to have been spared in creating this course and its surroundings that includes a residential development.|The topographical layout of the 18 holes is over gently wooded hills which adds to its overall beauty. The course offers interesting water hazards, some elevated greens and added to this is the challenge of the strong winds that some times occur. This course has to be played with respect for its architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. who has created a golf course that demands skill from the most experienced golfers. The course has hosted the Portuguese Open in 1994, 1995 and 2010 and several important international events.
Nice place. Very crowdy that day. Took a longer time to finish
The condition of the golfcourse was very poor. Added to the excessive prices of the catering there, this was a disappointing experience for us. Noise from the adjacent circuit all day long doesn’t really help either.
Great course in the hills around Sintra with fantastic views. Tee boxes and fairways were ok, but the greens weren't in a good shape because of a lot of bald spots. The quality of the bunkers was very volatile but we had the impression they were in reconstructing phase. Vere friendly staff and afterwards a great diner at the LAB-restaurant by Sergio Arola.
The course has a fabulous layout , the greens were still poor for putting on 10 days after treatment and that impacted everyone more than initially thought
The golf course it's very nice , the only problem is the noise from the nearby motorcycle trak.
The greens were not in good condition, patchy in places and overall the course wasn't the standard we would expect. They were hollow tyning the greens so only played holes 1-9 on championship course. We had to walk back to club house from the 9th and this took at least 15 minutes. We also played 9 holes on Monastery course and the green were also poor on this nine, they were patchy in places. The staff were friendly and helpful. They were hosting an ECB banking conference the day we played so there was a lot of security onsite.
Really good course but unfortunately they have suffered disease on the greens which led to a number of bare patches. Staff were very apologetic re this and offered us the opportunity to cancel.. Very nice venue staff were very polite and helpful, would definitely visit again
The course is in a stunning location, but the tee boxes were in poor condition. Some of the fairways were patchy and the greens very bumpy, sadly. We were a 2 ball in a buggy but we're behind a 3 ball walking and waited on every shot which spoiled the round. Wouldn't rush to go back, especially as 2 coffees before the round cost €12 !!
Greens were bumpy and putting speeds were inconsistent. Fairways had rodent damage and more than a reasonable amount of weeds.
Pheha Longa Atlantic, clubhouse and immediate surroundings very impressive at first! Place and greens good, but sometimes boring with the claim, only a few holes spectacular. All very expensive, buggy €58.00.
Good picturesque and challenging course. However greens are very poor in places.
Beautiful course but some negative points
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