The Penina Championship Course was designed by Sir Henry Cotton and was opened in 1966, making it one of the oldest on The Algarve, and it has hosted the Portuguese Open ten times. A par 73, the course is made up of 18 testing holes, with streams and ditches crossing and running alongside the fairways, the many raised greens are flanked by large bunkers, and the putting surfaces have subtle slopes and breaks that will test the best of putters.


Reduced Green fees:

Guest’s at Penina Golf Resort have reduced green fees, and at certain times of year, free golf.