BOM SUCESSO GOLF COURSE
The Guardian Bom Sucesso Golf was designed by Donald Steel, one of the most prestigious golf architects in the world. Located in an area of natural and singular beauty, in Óbidos, and just an hour from Lisbon, the fantastic 18-hole championship golf course extends along the BOM SUCESSO RESORT, on a rugged slope and surrounded by the Óbidos Lagoon, offering fantastic and unique views of the lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean.
The course occupies an area of over 60 hectares and is surrounded by a stunning landscape endowed with Mediterranean vegetation, some exotic species and where hundreds of secular olive trees have been planted, together with camellias, azaleas and magnolias, offering a unique setting to this golf course!
Designed by Donald Steel, the championship golf course of BOM SUCESSO RESORT, GBG, opened to the public on September 27, 2008. With 18 holes, it occupies an area of over 60 hectares and is surrounded by a stunning landscape, with privileged views to the Obidos Lagoon and Atlantic Ocean.
Donald Steel, one of the most prestigious golf architects in the world, was the architect responsible for the design of the Guardian Bom Sucesso Golf course. Born on August 23, 1937, in Hillingdon - London, he was considered the 4th most influential golf architect in the world by Golf Magazine, due to his wide range of notable projects. Donald Steel was also the first architect responsible for significant changes to the Eden golf course in St. Andrews, originally conceived by Harry Colt in 1913. From 1986 to 1989 he took over as President of the British Association of Golf Course Architects and in 2006 he was elected President of the English Golf Union.