The original Millennium course architect Martin Hawtree has extended his original plan of the original 27 holes of the old Laguna Course by adding a further 9. Though this addition he has successfully created two distinctly different 18 hole courses. All the new additional holes are to be found on the Millennium Course and wander amongst a forest of pine trees common to many parts of the Algarve. This course has some subtle and interesting variations to confront even the experienced golfer.
from United Kingdom June Trip Millennium was excellent and busy. It’s like a parkland course, with challenging hazard placements. The fairway is your friend! We ended up being paired with an Italian coach and his client, and had an excellent round.
Staff and course marshals were friendly. Course is exceptionally well maintained. Beautiful surroundings.
from Portugal Beautiful course Very helpful staff, make sure you do not mix up hole 2 for 9! Well maintained course, back nine absolutely marvellous.
from United Kingdom Best of the three we played Excellent course apart from the tees which were very worn, uneven and scruffy looking! The fairways and greens were in superb condition with some outstanding and picturesque holes. Service at the shop was friendly, efficient and professional with the only down side being unable to pre book a buggy which was essential with long distances between a lot of the greens and tees. We did get a buggy no problem but it would have been nice to know in advance. The only other negative was the time it takes on average to get round in a fourball was four and a half to five hours.
from United Kingdom Lovely open course, a bit confused as to why you start on the 10th Tee as opposed to the 1st but thats not really an issue.
Played as a 2 ball stuck behind a slow playing 3 ball (1 woman hitting the ball about 50 yards each shot) so had to wit for 5/10 mins on each hole. Raised the issue with the ranger and he said there was nothing he could do as there was nobody in front holding the play up in front of the group.
Houses surrounding the course between the 3rd and 7th Tee are unbelievable, definitely worth stopping to take a look around
Dave Let down by current ownership Played this course 4 years ago, when Oceanico owned it. Far better then than now. I bought a shirt then for 40 Euros, now 94 Euros. Bought pitch mark repairer then 5 Euros, now 15 Euros.
Other changes since Dom Pedro have taken over is that the course is not in as good a condition. The holes have all been changed round. The 1st we tee'd off this week used to be the 10th. Far too long walks between green and tee on about 25% of the holes.
I will not return to a Dom Pedro course again in Portugal.
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