Estoril Golf Course
Time Out says
This historic golf course was opened in 1929 by Fausto Figueiredo, the driving force behind Estoril during the early years of the 20th century. It was also the location of the first national amateur golf championships. It began life as a 9-hole course designed by Jean Gassiat. It was extended to 18 holes by the architect MacKenzie Ross in 1945, and was altered once more by Frenchman Jean Jean to make way for the motorway to Lisbon. The 18-par course is 5,674 yards long. There is also a 9-hole course for beginners. Like all good golf courses, it has a clubhouse with a restaurant, two bars and a swimming pool.