The Quinta de Cima Golf Course is a sister course to the neighbouring Quinta da Ria. Both are of a Championship character which will provide an enjoyable challenge for most players. Set in rolling land dotted with almond trees it provides open fairways, well placed bunkers and enough water to attract the odd misdirected golf ball. The first two holes indicate the true nature of the course emphasising the need for good club selection combined with accuracy. Players are often making their comments about the tricky Par 5 sixteenth hole and the memorable eighteenth.
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Hugues Joannes (Belgium)
Algarve Pro Tournament - Quinta de Cima Course - Tavira - 5th and 6th March.
Belgium golfer Hugues Joannes ended as the winner on the 6th with a combined two strokes below par. In equal second place was Englishman Sam Day and Frenchman Joel Staler, both with a combined par score.
Continuing the trend of the two previous years, the winner of the 2008 Portuguese Ladies Open at the Quinta de Cima course was another French player, Anne-Lise Caudal from Biarritz. This was her first win in her short professional career on the Ladies European Tour - a mere nine days shy of her 24th birthday. After establishing a sensational ladies course record of 64 (9 under par) in the first of the three rounds, she never relinquished her lead, although she finally closed the deal by scoring 203 (16 under par), only a single stroke less than her compatriot and good friend, Gwladys Nocera, and Georgina Simpson from England. Anne-Lise, who was runner-up in the 2006 Portuguese Amateur Championship, took home a €30,000 cheque along with the Trophy.
Played twilight and when we started waiting at tees, we also began to worry about the darkness, but It worked out well. Good, but no course you will remember
from United Kingdom
Told this was lesser of two courses but found it more interesting. Greens good but too many unnecessary bunkers.
from United States
Coming from the United States, Portuguese golf was a little disappointing. This course was an easy walking course thus we got good exercise but none of the holes were that inspiring. We go there and no one was really prepared for us. We had to keep walking back and forth from the club house to the caddy house to pay for different items such as cart and water. There was no real starter thus we teed off on the wrong course and were moved to the right course after we teed off. We were then interrupted again by a ranger to see our receipts etc. It was most annoying.
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