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Jorge Santana da Silva


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Geometrician and surveyor engineer. Career in Golf design begins 1981 with master architect Robert Trent Jones senior at Santo da Serra, Madeira

Joins RTJ, works at 27 Castel Conturbia, 36 Grande Motte, 36 Joyenval Paris, Riviera Cannes, Esterel, Moliets, La Palmerie Marrakech, Marbella Golf, among others

With Cabell Robinson, shares all responsibilities in office and field. Is project architect on successful Golf de Limére in Orleans, Palheiro in Madeira, El Jadida, Cabo Negro and Fes in Morocco

On his own since 1993, designs interesting, pretty and challenging courses: 18 Amarante, 9 Quinta da Barca, 18 Ammaia - Marvão, 3rd 9 at Santo da Serra Madeira Open site, 18 Tagus Park Lisbon, new 9 at Pinheiros Altos and 18 at O Laranjal, Algarve.

Adapting to original land, preserving native beauty and protecting environment values, produces personalized courses, strongly believing on 'hands-on' architecture

Current projects include 18 Ombria resort, 18 Angola, 36 Cabo Verde and 18 Brazil.

"Natural or artificial, shapes and forms should create the unique sculpture of each new design", Jorge Santana da Silva

Jorge Santana da Silva recieved the Gold Medal of Merit awarded by the Portuguese Golf Federation-2011

Member Details

Jorge Santana da Silva
EIGCA Member Since:
Golf Design Lda.
+351 265 522057
+351 967 850 102

Member’s Projects

Work Course Country
New 18+ hole golf course Ombria Resort Portugal
New 18+ hole golf course Vale Pisão Portugal
New 18+ hole golf course O Laranjal Portugal
New 18+ hole golf course Mangais Angola
New 18+ hole golf course Oeiras Park & Residence Portugal
New 18+ hole golf course Palmela Village Portugal
Short course/par 3 Aldeia dos Capuchos Portugal
New 18+ hole golf course Herdade do Pinheirinho Portugal
Additional 9 holes, existing course Pinheiros Altos Portugal
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Golfe do Montado Portugal
New 9 hole golf course Curia Golf Portugal
Golf Course Design
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