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We were visiting the course for the first time last week and we will not be returning. Zero welcome, zero friendliness and zero customer care. Lots of shrugging of shoulders and everything is too much trouble. Shame on this golf course for not promoting tourism...More
Pro’s. Good layout, decent condition with a good variety of holes. Not a course I would rush back too
Cons. For the first time ever golfing in the Algarve no water offered in buggy, ice supplied and €3 a bottle of water in the clubhouse,...More
Was on holiday in the area with friends so us 2 guys decided to take the opportunity for a game of golf in Portugal.
Decided on Pinhall as reasonable cost with reasonable reports. Booked it all up before we went away including club hire at...More
Disgraceful and dismal customer experience from arrival to departure ....
We arrived 40 minutes early and were expecting a relaxed start to our day ...... this was not to be;
We found the Pro Shop registration staff very rude ...they wouldn't assist with buggy hire...More
A very pleasant course part of the group of 5 local Vilamoura courses owned by Dom Pedro. Whilst I’d be more likely to play a few of other courses in Vilamoura before this one it is nonetheless a very enjoyable course to play and if...More
A tour party of 28 descended on Pinhal for an afternoons golf. In the past buggies have been pre booked however in the new era of the Dom Pedro golf monopoly this is no longer possible.
Upon arrival we tried to book the buggies. We...More
A good course but when you put it up against Vale De Lobo, Victoria, Old Course, Quinta De Lago etc it is not great. A bit scruffy too. No proper buggy paths and lots of jolts going over tree roots, dips, pot holes etc.
Played this course with 11 friends all thought this was an excellent well maintained course. Not the most challenging but a great day out. Staff were great and looked after us explaining the course before we started. Great beer at the end.
Unfortunately booked for a day that was not made for golf. Heavy rain washed us off after 6 holes, but the staff checked with the manager and we were allowed to play the following morning. Greens excellent, fairways excellent, but bunkers left with little sand...More
We paid and average of €70 per round. We booked the three courses in one go so that might have made it a bit cheaper. This time of year is high season,as it is cooler, and quite busy. It's worth it though.