Quinta de Cima Course shows itself as a very competitive golf course with dog-legs to the right and the left and greens well protected by sand hazards and lakes. A stream with dams and permanent flowing water crosses several holes. Since there will be no real estate construction on the site, the Cima Course is indeed a paradise to those golfers who love to be always in contact with nature.|In one of the Driving Ranges, with generous dimensions and built in the south/north direction, when hitting from the northern tees, one may appreciate a magnificent view of the mountains as well as of the Ocean. But from any part of the colfourse, both the sea and the Algarvean mountains are a delight to anyones eyes. On the other Driving Range, designed to practice with irons, there is the Robinson Golf Academy.
MR DAVID S GRAHAM
Quinta de Cima is quite a difficult course. It was in good condition and the number of staff working on the course was impressive. The clubhouse and staff were efficient and helpful. Speed of play was good. We have always considered Cima to be one of the best courses on the Algarve. The only difficulty is that it is quite a long way from our base at Vale do Lobo. This journey also incurs tolls.
Very slow and very busy. Tee times should have been spread out more. 3x 4 ball groups playing on a single hole at once was too much, too slow...
Q d Cima is in very good conditiion, excellent course and very good value for money. Greens are very good, design etc. excellent
Great lay out best greens played this year. Very friendly staff. Good food. All round great day
Good, too busy though
Very good course longer and tougher than Ria. However very slow play 5 hrs in my opinion is too long. They need a course manager to make sure people keep up with the players ahead
Excellent golf course in very good condition. The price of a buggy, €45 on the day, is far too expensive and I suspect that they were profiteering from the exceptionally high temperatures; fortunately I booked my buggy in advance through Tee Times. The new club house with the new facilities is great but the atmosphere is is more business orientated.
Jonathan Ashley Pickles
Lovely course, some long par 4s with plenty of bunkers to keep you thinking on drives and approach shots. Very friendly staff, will definitely return on our next visit to Portugal
Excellent facilities golf course in pristine condition . Only negative was the slow pace of play
Nice course in very good condition, layout a little bit boring, only holes with water will be kept in memory, plays long from yellow tees, due to rain course was almost empty, so excellent pace of play, friendly service at reception, kitchen had only a few dishes available, when we entered the restaurant at 5 p.m.
Dr. Lauermann Andreas
An interesting course. Different to Ria but great to play.
*Undulated - Gentle, long rolling fairways with few major inclines
*Dogleg - Only on 4 holes 3,5,6,18th
*Tree Lined - Olive trees, well placed but sparse in general
*Exposed - On several holes with slightly elevated tees
*Buggy Recommended - Fairly flat course
*Water hazards - On 4,6,13,16,17 and 18th but several hidden streams on Par 5's
*Parkland - Yes
*Signature Hole - 18th
*Comments - Very good course and value
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