Troia Golf Championship Course is a spectacular links, and one of the most fascinating golf challenges in Portugal. The magazine Golf World elected in 2003, as the 25th best European Golf Course. The usual approach to the golf course is straight over the Estuary of the Sado River - a pleasant short ferry ride from Setubal to the Peninsula of Troia, a region of great natural beauty near the Atlantic Ocean.|The greens are small with naturally shaped defensive bunkers and hummocks, while the fairways are narrow and hemmed in by sandy dunes and pine trees, providing a genuine test of skill for the lowers handicap golfers together with enjoyment for the more modest players.|The front nine has a run of beautiful sea holes. Troia Golf Championship Course offers you a comfortable and welcoming Clubhouse, constructed in a rustic style, with a set of first class facilities services: golf reception, pro-shop, bar, restaurant and a large balcony to the 18th Green and also a excellent Driving Range with two putting-greens and one chipping and bunker practice area.
Golfcourse was in good shape, except the maintenance of the contour of the bunkers which could be better. This was our second visit and we have the impression that the course is not much played because we started at noon and we were the last flight of the day. The reception at the entrance desk was ok but no more than that. Hole 19 was below average: kitchen already closed at 5pm on a Sunday and a waitress who came to say on the doorstep that orders only were taken at the counter ... we were the only visitors there ...
Many years since last played but enjoyed just as much. Some areas need tidying as looks scruffy, greens as difficult to read as ever. Great course.
Played many times before, one of our group favourites, and always a serious challenge that's especially tough when windy & wet! To enjoy feel players need to be under 15 handicap and pretty straight off the tee, as so much sandy waste that's so difficult to escape. Well worth the ferry trip across from Setubal [a much more interesting town than at first glance].
Clive Norman Smith
We played this course twice during our golf trip. There is some damage from wild boar activity, particularly on the practice ground. Fortunately, the main playing areas were unaffected, and were generally in good condition. The greens were excellent - quick and consistent. This remains one of my favourite golf courses. It is a good test of golf for anyone and offers an experience unlike many other in Portugal. The ferry trip from Setubal makes the day!
Magnifique parcours. Dommage qu il n y ait aucun dessin des trous sur les départs ou sur la carte de score.
Miguel Ángel Martínez
The buggy was far for mint conditions (the throttle wasn't working well and it run out of battery). The course is good
Lovely golfing experience
Nice place. Friendly people. Challenging and beautyfull golf course.
Very enjoyable links course. Not overly long but well designed.
Troia is a great place. Friendly staff and a great course. Today the only issue was the greens that was not cleaned.
A very high class golf course. It is probably better suited to the games of low handicappers, but if you select appropriate tees it can be enjoyed by anyone. Large waste areas; extensive bunkering, and small, fast greens all make the course very challenging. In excellent condition at the time of our visit. The clubhouse is very comfortable, and the practice area has everything you need for to warm up for your round. Comined with a ferry trip across the Sado estuary this is a great day out. We will return.
beautiful layout, very challenging from tees to be on the sweet spot of fairways. magnificent views over the bay.. Very well maintained, super greens
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