Estoril Palacio GC
This club was originally founded in 1929 as a 9 holes and was remodeled to 18 holes in 1936 by McKenzie Ross and it radiates tradition and golf from a bygone era.
We are pleased to say that the golf course has a pedigree to go with its history.
Estoril is a golf course where accuracy takes precedent over length though if you can combine both a good score awaits. It has hosted the Portuguese Open many times and one of the previous winners was the “voice of golf” Peter Alliss, one of many golfing artisans to have graced this course.
Well worth 4 hours of anyone’s time.
"Estoril Palacio was short but nice and was definitely the best value. "
- Mr. A. Hickey -
"So we then played Estoril palace and this was my favourite.I have played it ocne before and it gets better and better.A quality course in fantastic condition and we stayed on to eat lunch there and it was excellent. Again,great people and a great course."
- Mr. B. Godwyn -
"Palacio Estoril, favorite course, very nice view from tops, but next time we will use buggy."
- Ms. A. van As -
"Estoril is really marvellous and we would advice anyone we know to play there."
- Mr. F. Launoy -
"Estoril Golf: Great course, Fantastic service on course, at locker room (shoe cleaning) and at restaurant."
- Mr. J. Arponen -
"Estoril Palacio are we definitely going to play again. It is quite a walk but we loved it however the greens gave us an hard time but we did enjoy every minute!"
- Mr. A. Vink -
"Estoril: Small Course but nice and in good condition, Greens good and quick, Bunkers good, Restaurant is old but ok"
- Mr. F. Wagner -
"Estoril was better than we expected and although busy the pace of play was good."
- Mr. D. Bartlett -
"We had a very enjoyable day at Estoril. The course was in excellent condition and the staff all very friendly and helpful. Will definitely return."
- Mr. A. Denton -
"Estoril: A positive surprise, considering the price. Excellent condition, hilly, interesting. We liked a lot. The club house and pub was nicely old fashioned. It was a hot day, and a buggy was a good idea. The markings and routes for driving were good as well."
- Mr. R. Vuori -