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Ranked in the top 30 Courses in Continental Europe, The Atlantic Course designed by the famed Robert Trent Jones jr, is escapist golf at its best.With its bold drives, courageous approaches and artful greens, it is both an adrenalin rush and a soothing journey through one of Portugal's most inspiring landscapes. The opening holes and the final flourish share a wooded vale in the shadow of the rocky mountains, while others arc and plunge over scented hillsides. Exciting at every turn, this championship test and host to the Portuguese Open, is a master of variety and thrills. The **Alantico Course** is a fantastic challenge for golfers and while the course remains quite short, the elevation changes challenges both your drives off the tee and your shots into the green. There are only a few fairly flat holes. The greens take spin from the approch shorts meaning you can be quite aggressive from around the green, but be careful when putting as the contours and the fast greens can cause a few challenges with 3 putts all too likely. So try to get close to the flags or at least on the right level on the green to avoid running your score. Overall, the location, the scenery and the quality of the golf course leads to a fantastic experience, so if you are looking for [golf courses in Cascais](https://www.mulliganplus.com/clubs-by-town/Cascais), Lisbon this is well worth visiting and definitly recommended!
Je découvre l Atlantic ce dimanche. Superbe parcours tracé dans une forêt de chêne liège , de pins , d eucalyptus et bien plus encore.Départs incroyables surplombant un plan d eau ou au fond d un vallon pour gravir une forte pente vers un ciel uniformément bleu , ou en fond de tableau découvrir les tribunes bleues du circuit d Estoril
Pour atterir sur des greens aussi vallonés que la région de Lisbonne et très rapides .
A voir et à se régaler
I am discovering the Atlantic this Sunday. Superb route traced in a forest of cork oak, pines, eucalyptus and much more. Incredible departures overlooking a body of water or at the bottom of a valley to climb a steep slope towards a uniform blue sky, or at the bottom of the board to discover the blue stands of the Estoril circuit
To land on greens as hilly as the Lisbon region and very fast.
To see and to feast