The courses were Quinta da Marinha, Estoril, Penha Longa, Belas and Oitavos Dunes. Look them up and see what you missed! Four of the five rounds count towards the final score.
The first day at Quinta da Marinha was won by vice-captain Ashok Singhania with 36 points from Bill Smit with 33, the winner being cut two shots for the next day and the runner up one shot with the reverse happening at the bottom of the leaderboard. The second round at the beautiful Estoril was won by Steven Spencer with 35 points on a countback from David Hardy and Chris Jones.
Into the weekend and day three was at Belas in scorching heat where 34 points from Jan Rommer proved enough to beat Bill Smit into second place. The stunning Penha Longa resort on day four saw Frits Beek on 34 edge out Martin Abbott on 33. The order of play being decided Open style, the last four out on the final day at Oitavos Dunes were Frits Beek, David Hardy, Bill Smit and Chris Jones, with Garry Jones, Jan Rommer, Edward Sawbridge and Martin Abbott the only other realistic hopefuls.
The final round, played along the seashore at Oitavos claimed a few scalps, with Bill Smit, Chris Jones, Edward Sawbridge and Jan Rommer unable to overhaul the overnight 125 points of Frits Beek and the 34 points from Garry Jones, who shared the Foster Plate