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ROXTON 1 Review

Challenging and enjoyable

We were 2 x 3 ball this October and played Alamos first which we found in great shape with the greens near championship quality. We played Morgado a week later and found this to be a little more forgiving but the greens are still very fast but true.
This is our 6th year playing here and it's getting better all the time with a staff that have personality and a can do attitude that makes golf here a pleasure. Keep up the good work.

adrian Munnelly 1 Review

Good golf

Morgado is forgiving. Wayward shots off the tee will be found either in low rough or the fairway. You can read the greens. Grass is close to links quality. It's in the countryside with no buildings surrounding the fairways.
Friendly staff. Nice clubhouse.

KEVIN HASKINS 1 Review

PLAYED IN SEPTEMBER 2011

THIS COURSE HAS EVERYTHING! WATER HAZARDS RAISED GREENS & SOME WELL POSITIONED BUNKERS, IN MY OPINION THE MORE PRETTY OF THE TWO REQUENGO COURSES, HAVE PLAYED IT ON MANY OCCASIONS IN THE PAST AND FOR A MID HANDICAPPER (16) IFEEL IT GIVES ALL PLAYERS A FAIR CHANCE THE BUGGY TRACKS NEED TO BE IMPROVED, BUT AS AND WHEN THEY ARE I BELIEVE THIS WILL BE THE MORE POPULAR COURSE OF THE TWO COURSES.

geisthla 2 Reviews
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Golf club and hotel so-so

We, a group of 15 handicapped men aged 9-23, were in Morgado for a week in late February. The three courses, Morgado, Alamos and Salgados, which we played only once, were neatly maintained. Morgado with drawbacks, as the space for the Portugal open is prepared in September and whole parts of the Vorgrüns are rebuilt. We liked Alamos best because of the more varied holes and the better view (without ruin view). Salgados, which is twenty kilometers away near the Atlantic, is at first glance the best-kept, but most boring place. Playing his handicap is not easy in all places.
Why would not we return, although the seats are okay?
Because the trappings, the clubhouse and hotel for a week just do not give much. The ruins of unfinished hotels do not bother so much, not even the well-kept and clean rooms of the hotel.
The clubhouse and hotel you realize that they were not planned as such, it seems somehow zusammengeschustert. A right-wing atmosphere does not come up. And up there in the mountains is not a single alternative except the golf courses. Nothing works without a car.
In addition, I was stolen the golf bag with all thugs directly in front of the clubhouse and neither the hotel nor the staff of the golf club had an interest in clarifying the matter. To be fooled is that the site is closed off, entrance only via a road provided with turnpikes and guards.
Pity, there was more in it.

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HWSerwe 2 Reviews
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Golf club and hotel

We, a group of 15 handicapped men aged 9-23, were in Morgado for a week in late February. The three courses, Morgado, Alamos and Salgados, which we played only once, were neatly maintained. Morgado with drawbacks, as the space for the Portugal open is prepared in September and whole parts of the Vorgrüns are rebuilt. We liked Alamos best because of the more varied holes and the better view (without ruin view). Salgados, which is twenty kilometers away near the Atlantic, is at first glance the best-kept, but most boring place. Playing his handicap is not easy in all places.
Why would not we return, although the seats are okay?
Because the trappings, the clubhouse and hotel for a week just do not give much. The ruins of unfinished hotels do not bother so much, not even the well-kept and clean rooms of the hotel.
The clubhouse and hotel you realize that they were not planned as such, it seems somehow zusammengeschustert. A right-wing atmosphere does not come up. And up there in the mountains is not a single alternative except the golf courses. Nothing works without a car.
In addition, a player from our group, the golf bag was stolen with all the rackets and neither the hotel nor the staff of the golf club had an interest in clarifying the matter. To be fooled is that the site is closed off, entrance only via a road provided with turnpikes and guards.
Pity, there was more in it.

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PPP 1 Review
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Fine golf courses

1 week in mid-November, HCP 4. (unfortunately generally white teas locked)

Alamos, true, shorter lanes but challenging. Altitude difference. lt. GPS 104m, mainly on the first 5 lanes. Fast and rather smaller, difficult & undulating greens, the longer the round. Top quality. Good score and target (yellow +1) difficult to reach. I can not confirm lack of care. The tracks are narrow and uneven, take a few balls for safety. Interesting and nice course.

Morgado; here too the quality of the greens good & fast. You do not have to be a long-hitter either. The tracks are varied, especially the back 9, also demanding more. The par 3 rel. long,> 150 to 190m uphill.
The wind usually makes them 20m longer.
The default (yellow) of the course can be well earned here, including below.

Both courses are very good in Nov. I think it's recommended!

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stobs 29 Reviews
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Alamos shorter and more unkempt than Morgado

Played in early October, Hcp18.
The second shorter course at Resort Morgado, Alamos is less well maintained than the main square Morgado. He also plays much shorter, the par 4 are around 300m long. The greens are also very loyal and fast. The layout is interesting.
Water and bunkers are in good ratio. The area is hilly. The first 9 lanes go through the landscape without opposite paths, that is, very undisturbed. The place is too full and you have to wait a long time for each tea.

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tomcap 1 Review
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Alamos once enough

The place Alamos makes an unkempt, so slightly run-down impression, as the whole.
May have been the time (Jun 2018). The green fee was cheap, the Ecart but quite expensive.
Bad signs on the teas, club house has the charm of a barrack, here you were at least friendly. Maybe the other place is better, certainly not again.

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Deraschi 3 Reviews
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Nice long place

The course is long, ideal for long hitters, the fairways are quite wide and mostly flat. The complex is beautifully located in a shallow valley and is in pristine condition. (The Portugal Open is coming soon, so take some extra care

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Golf4fun 96 Reviews
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Nice change

The golf course in the hinterland of the Algarve was in very good condition. Fairways and greens well maintained. Despite his enormous length, he is good at playing and fair. The many bunkers should be avoided, as they are sometimes very deep. The place is beautifully embedded in nature and relatively flat. Due to the length of a buggy is recommended. Big drawback are the many half-abandoned hotel construction sites. Rarely seen so many building ruins in one place. Too bad, because they cloud the overall impression.

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Reydefelpas 7 Reviews
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He needs care

Field very poorly maintained, altering the streets is all plowed, not marked as repair, from green to tee is not well informed, slow greens and all full of white foam, I guess it would be a chemical, in short I do not think the sorrow.

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Sonja1965* 1 Review
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Summer joker in November 2017

Both places despite dryness in very good condition. Places are very well maintained. The Club Restaurant offers very fine snacks at fair prices. We will be back again.

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marczh 27 Reviews
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Beautiful place in good condition in late September

Although the high heat in the last few weeks, the place (Morgado) was in very good condition (fairway greens not burnt). The NAU Group has gone and now runs the business... alone we were not but it was not disturbing. Layout has already been described. Due to the length and hills at the back 9 I would take a buggy. Process very professional. Unfortunately, the restaurant is not on the same level. Gives only burgers and TK pizzas.

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Olligolf 1 Review
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Intensive care pays off

August 2015 Daily took place place work. Meanwhile, the Course is in spite of the hot summer in a good condition and fun. The first 9 holes are in a valley and allow a smooth entry into the round. The second 9 running around a hill and are slightly larger claim.
Friendly service both in the hotel and at the golf desk.
Tasty snacks at friendly prices in the clubhouse.

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Rudi 25 Reviews
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A slightly sad sight

You notice that there the resort is not so good - have played in February 2013 the Morgado, and the fairways were very brown, which was lacking irrigation and general nursing staff, and the bunkers were not etc in good condition.

Even the ambience with the decaying building cranes, semi fallen fences, the empty shells, etc. acts nich particularly inviting.

Positive is that it is relatively empty place, and you can play relatively quickly.

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petegoeson 7 Reviews
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Play lonely

Both courses we played in August. Both times alone on the court. Morgado's first nine are beautifully embedded into the valley and climb to the second made curious. Everything very well maintained and the empty building of the hotel chain CS you take only marginally true.
Alamos begins with water and then you climb the hill where fantastic views waiting. Both courts fair, but always with the numerous bunkers lurk in the places where you hinspielt.

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Gerhard2001 2 Reviews
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State April 2013

Both places have played in the third week of April, 2013, there were actually rain in the area. Nevertheless, the fairways of both places were dry and hard, obviously missing the regular washing. Greens and tees were watered and reasonably okay. The courts are not poorly constructed, but the surrounding CS hotels are bankrupt, leaving the construction site. A rather depressing affair. If you go to the Algarve for golf, Vilamoura is preferable despite the higher prices.

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Head 57 Reviews
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Both well

Did the year 2011/12 there both places played with the best available rate ratio (increase from 2012) to play well with buggy relatively wide fairways and well arranged, well worth it.
Unfortunately being built here on, question for whom?

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Hewo 77 Reviews
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Morgado or Alamos

The sportier Course (because longer) is certainly Morgado. Since both spaces are built into the hilly landscape, they are already similar. If I had the choice, I'd rather play Alamos. There is not only the length of the strokes important, but rather the strategy in the game for a good score.

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olbi 9 Reviews
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Alamos - worth a visit

Despite construction sites in the area you will not notice in the square. Very well-maintained complex, even after this verregnetem winter (2009/2010) was the place in March and worked very well playable.

Good prices and friendly service complete the experience.

If you are not good on foot, an e-card is recommended, it is sometimes hilly and there are long ways to go.

I want to come back and play here again.

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