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Designed by the legendary American architect Robert Trent Jones, the 18-hole golf course stretches between Cascais and Cabo da Roca for a total of 5870 metres.

This par 71 combines the challenge of the golf course created by the architect with the scenic beauty that surrounds it, where the Atlantic Ocean and the Sintra Mountains surround players on a course that is intended to be both a moment of absolute pleasure and tranquility as well as an unforgettable and challenging experience for golfers.

The objective is, therefore, to put into practice the maxim and dream of Robert Trent Jones when he designed each of his more than 500 golf courses spread over 35 countries: "The sun never sets on a Robert Trent Jones golf course!".

Professional Competitions at Quinta da Marinha Golf Course

In 1988, Ladies Masters, an event that was part of the Ladies Professional Circuit. The competition was won by South African Laurette Maritz-Atkins.

In October 2002, PGA Seniors Tour Championship, whose winner was Englishman Denis Durnian with -5. The Tournament was won after a dramatic sudden-death play-off played at hole 10. Winner Denis Durnian beat former Ryder Cup star, Irishman Eamonn Darcy at the first play-off hole. One of the stars present that week was the famous Christy O'Connor Jr who finished in the top 15.

In June 2007, the Challenge Tour was won by Englishman Ross McGowan. Former Ryder Cup player, Peter Baker, was leading the race after Round 3 but could not resist McGowan's 66 strokes in the final round.