Win a golf break

Fancy winning a four night golf break for two people at Quinta da Marinha?

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The prize

The prize is a four-night B&B break for two, at the five-star Hotel Quinta da Marinha Resort, in a twin or double room, with three green fees per person.

What they say…

Hotel Quinta da Marinha Resort is situated in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, in the delightful coastal town of Cascais. It is a 35-minute drive from Lisbon and only four kilometres from Guincho Beach. A courtesy transfer to Cascais is offered to resort guests.

Designed by architect Robert Trent Jones Snr, and opened in 1984, Quinta da Marinha’s 18-hole course measures 6,420 yards and lies between Cascais and Cabo da Roca. This par-71 track combines the challenge of a Trent Jones course – many of his trademark elements are clearly visible – with beautiful surrounding scenery, the Atlantic Ocean and Sintra mountains providing a stunning backdrop for memorable golf.

The resort comprises 198 rooms and suites, plus 40 villas. At the spa, guests can enjoy a relaxing pedicure or body treatment. There is also a fitness centre, health club and indoor pool – and the resort even offers surfing tuition.

For more information visit their website by clicking here.

To enter: visit the competition site by clicking on the ‘Enter Competition’ button below and enter your details – easy!

Enter by: 02/11/2018

No purchase necessary.

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Promoted By: National Club Golfer

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