Laid out over low-lying coastal terrain, Dom Pedro Laguna, with its many water hazards and few trees, is considerably different from the other golf courses in Vilamoura.
This course is particularly open, although some holes (the 3rd to the 7th) are between pine trees and are similar to the neighbouring fairways of the Old Course and Pinhal.
Situated very close to Four Seasons Vilamoura, this is the oldest course in Vilamoura and everyone’s favorite. It’s a course that stays in the memory of the visiting golfer: it always has top class greens and every hole is individual.
This picturesque course is the ‘home’ golf course of the Four Seasons Vilamoura. Inaugurated in 1976, it was the second golf course built in Vilamoura, having originally been designed by Frank Pennink, the architect of the nearby Old Course.
Designed by Arnold Palmer, Victoria is Vilamoura’s best championship course with some of the best finishing holes in golf. It has already held the World Cup and is the home of the Portugal Masters.
A great course designed by renowned English golf course architect Donald Steel. The Vila Sol has twice held the Portuguese Open, and includes some of the most difficult starting holes in the Algarve.
Opened in 2005, Alamos sits on the lower slopes of the Monchique hills.
A simple course in the tourist area of Alvor, Alto Golf is best known for having the longest hole in the Algarve.
Overlooking the ocean and inland to the Monchique hills, this is a course that has used all of the landscape’s natural contours.
As its name suggests, this course was designed by Nick Faldo. An open course with large wasteland, it is in great condition, boasting large greens and severe slopes.
Gramacho is a great course for high handicap players. The course is open and has many short par-4 holes.
A relatively new addition to the Algarve golfing scene, Laranjal has narrow fairways and a well-protected green, and provides an enjoyable challenge to visiting golfers.
This Jack Nicklaus-designed course is a great addition to the Algarve courses. A course for advanced players, the Monte Rei greens are magnificent, large and fast, with lots of undulations.
The Morgado is a course of two different nines. The first nine holes are flat with a few water hazards. The second nine are hilly with lots of slopes from the tee.
Located on the same site as the Faldo course, but built in a valley, the O’Connor is always in a great condition.
A beautiful course that looks out over the bay of Lagos, the Palmares has first-class greens. Recently renovated, it offers links golf with some very modern touches.
This Penina is a famous and well established course that has hosted many international professional tournaments. Flat and tree-lined, it has some well placed water hazards and small greens.
As its name partly suggests, Pinheiros Altos is a mixture of pine trees, slopes and lakes. Recently extended to 27 holes, the course is always in top condition.
The North course of the Quinta do Lago golf resort is an anti-clockwise loop of 18 holes featuring several lakes. A challenging, but picturesque terrain.
A European Tour golf course that has hosted the Portuguese Open eight times, the Quinta do Lago South course features wide tree-lined fairways with a few hills and some difficult approach shots.
Salgados Golf Course is a par 72 course located by the sea shore, near the renowned holiday resort of Albufeira , Algarve.
The course is inland surrounded by cork trees, citrus farms and olive trees, with views of the Monchique mountain.
A good championship course that has hosted many professional events, the slopes, lakes and bunkers make the Vale da Pinha a challenging course.
This ocean course provides attractive links style holes adjacent to the Atlantic. The greens are set against a backdrop of white sand and the brilliant blue of the sea.
The Vale do Lobo Royal has the most famous hole on the Algarve, with views along the length of the coastline westwards.
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