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Golf Courses in Madeira

A UNIQUE GOLFING EXPERIENCE WITH SPECTACULAR MOUNTAIN SCENERY

Madeira is a Portuguese island located off the west coast of Africa, boasting some of the most spectacular mountain scenery you will ever see. The weather on this enchanting island is sunny and warm all year round. Madeira is making a name for itself as an up and coming golf destination for golfers that are looking for a different experience. With its vibrant and varied nightlife and nearby golf courses the capital Funchal is the place to stay. During your stay you can play Santo da Serra, host of the Madeira Open, which is part of the European Tour programme, Palheiro Golf Course, a wonderful course located on the Palheiro estate and to finish your trip off get a ferry across to the neighbouring island and play the Porto Santo Course.

Machico
CLUBE DE GOLF SANTO DA SERRA
27 Holes / Par 72
Sitting high above the bay of Machico, where the first Portuguese sailors disembarked, the Santo da Serra Golf Club offers the keen golfer an ideal spot to enjoy stunning views and beautiful golf courses. Having hosted the Madeira Open for 16 years, it has got to be a firm favourite when in Madeira. Whether its for competition for pleasure, those who play at Santo da Serra are always satisfied.

Machico
PORTO SANTO GOLFE
18 Holes / Par 72
This is the first course to be opened on the island and was designed by the great Seve Ballesteros. Featuring two contrasting loops of nine it plays a lengthy 7034 yards and is a course of variety, beauty and challenges. Set along the coastline, it provides superb views out across the Atlantic and the island interior. Rolling fairways lead onto undulating greens and with a number of water hazards, this is a course that really requires you to think about each shot.

Funchal
PALHEIRO GOLF COURSE
18 Holes / Par 72
Palheiro Golf Club offers golfers a superb layout that boasts views across the town and its bay while offering a great test of golf for all levels of golfers. Its 18 holes cut through rolling countryside within the Quinta do Palheiro estate while staying true to the architect’s original plans of a course that blended in with its environment.

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