Santo Estevão Golf follows the British School by taking advantage of the existing landscape and fully respecting the environment. The result is a course which blends in with its natural environment, with the golden tones of the natural grasses retained in the rough areas enhanced by brightly coloured spring flowers.|With carefully designed bunkers and greens, the 18-hole course offers a delightful challenge to all standards of golfer. The gently undulating land is ideal for golf and makes for an easy, pleasant walk throughout the course. Conditions around the greens allow players to choose the best recovery shot, from low chip and runs to high pitches. Notable holes are the 3rd with its drive over the first of the course’s two lakes; the 7th, where the second shot is over the second lake, and the11th with an outstanding view of the resort´s large new lake.
Ribagolf I, has welcome the Q-School for Despite its 6700 meters, Par 72, it is not tiring to ride, is slightly undulating, with small valleys and the beauty of the oaks. With five tees per hole, most players can seamlessly deliver very nice results, because the greens are large and slightly wavy.
This golfing complex consists of two golf courses, Ribagolfe I and Ribagolfe II, each an 18-hole par 72, 30 minutes drive east of Lisbon city centre. Both courses are set within a forest of cork oak trees and the design makes full use of the sweeping undulations of the site, providing many spectacular golf holes across valleys and lakes.|The Ribagolfe II Green Course is unlike its bigger sister as it is mainly designed as a golf course for the Members, although visitors are allowed to play. The holes are laid out over undulating ground with sufficient water hazards and bunkers to challenge most golfers. The fairways are decorated with the typical cork trees famous to the Alentejo region.