The decision to build a golf course, on the land of Quinta de Benamor, in Tavira, Algarve, was made in 1986. The Owning Martins Dias family invited the late Sir Henry Cotton to make a concept design for an 18-hole course. Sir Henry Cotton was inspired by the beautiful old church next to the site of the Clubhouse and by the spectacular location. The final result is a delightful par 71 golf course of 5.500 meters (6.100 yards), which offers a pleasant playing experience, to players of all standards. The course is undulating but not hilly. The views of the mountains to the North and the Atlantic Ocean to the South are stunning. The indigenous olive, cork, carob, fig and almond trees, many centuries old, feature aesthetically and in playing terms. Water hazards and sand bunkers are located to test the strategy and striking ability of the player. The Penn A4 greens and tees are simply superb.
The fairways of Bermuda Sahara and cool-season grasses, provide good lies for wood and iron shots.
The Driving Range, Putting Green and large Putting Course offer excellent practice facilities.
The Benamor golf course offers several spaces for visitors. A Clubhouse with a reception and golf shop, bar, restaurant, caddy master and changing rooms and a driving range, two putting courses and a Buggy bar. We also have our professional available for lessons and golf clinics throughout the year.