The Morgado course is located next to its sister course, the Alamos Course, both to north of Portimao, and both being laid out in a large 980 hectare estate through undulating small valleys. The immediate main characteristic of the Morgado Course is its large greens which place demand on good putting skills. Also, the accuracy of the shot of the player will be questioned by deep aggressive bunkers.
Good holiday golf course.
from United Kingdom
We bought a 2 round package from AG which provided 1 round on each of Morgado and Alamos Golf Courses; this provided good value holiday golf. Morgado is the longer of the 2 courses with mainly wide inviting fairways that allow you to 'open your shoulders'. The course is relatively flat on the front 9 with more undulation and challenging terrain on the back 9, but relatively easy if you choose to play without a buggy. The greens are larger and flatter than the sister course Alamos so 2 putts were certainly not guaranteed!
Great greens after several inches of rain
from United Kingdom
Enjoyed a relaxing game of golf at Morgado. Went out on my own and was let through when appropriate. After very heavy rain the day and night before the course was a little wet but the greens were in really good condition, ball ran true and were challenging. all staff were very hospitable and helpful, Food great too. The course manager came round twice to check I was happy, not being help up etc. would definitely recommend a visit
First time I've played this course and thoroughly enjoyed it. Course is in really good condition apart from a few soggy patches although there is a lot of preparation work taking place in readiness for the Portugal Open in May 2017. I've played the Alamos course here a few times and always found the staff to be friendly, helpful and welcoming.
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