Lisbon Golf Tour 2008

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Lisbon Golf Tour 2008

Tour Itinerary

12th May 2008 Monday

Damian, Iain, Jay and Andy meet at John's house at 06:20. John has organised the transport to take us to the airport (note for John - we're flying from Liverpool Airport!!)

Get the EasyJet flight 7083 from Liverpool to Lisbon - leaving at 09:25 and arriving at Lisbon at 12:10.

Get picked up at Lisbon Aiport and travel to Estoril Golf Club - Tee off at 14:00.

Travel to Inglaterra Hotel in Estoril for the evening. Hotel telephone number 00351 214 684 461.

13th May 2008 - Tuesday

Playing golf at Quinta Da Marinha Golf Club - Tee time 11:05

14th May 2008 - Wednesday

Robbie, Ged and Barry arrive on flight 7083 from Liverpool. Travel to Pestana Quinta Da Beloura Golf Club, and all but Robbie tee off at 14:05.

15th May 2008 - Thursday

Travel to Penha Longa Golf Club to play the main Neston Ramblers golf tour competition. Tee off at 14:30.

16th May 2008 - Friday

Travel home on EastJet flight 7084 - leaves Lisbon at 12:40 and arrives at Liverpool at 15:25.


Real photos to be posted after the tour........................Cool


Quinta De Marinha - Day 2

..........and the sun still shines on the hardy 5

The reinforcements arrive on day 3 at Beloura

End of day 3 - waiting for the most expensive minibus ride in the world

The full 8

Relaxed preparations for the main comp

Did this energy saving make the difference?

About to brave the elements

Honestly, it's this big

Full 8 in their magnificent burnt orange attire

Wet but still keen on the front nine

Ramblers with Portuguese Grand Prix circuit in the background

Baz, that club head looks too big for the 5-wood

The beautiful, but forbidding, 15th hole

Make sure I do a good follow through for the camera

Now I know how Faldo will feel in September

No caption necessary

Celebration at that typical Portuguese bar The John Bull