Quinta do Lago Sul

Quinta do Lago Sul
Quinta do Lago Sul


Situated in a high-quality tourist resort with the Ria Formosa as their backdrop, the Quinta do Lago courses are famous throughout the world of international golf.

The luxury tourist resort of Quinta do Lago had four nine-hole loops with sufficient flexibility to allow for four 18-hole combinations, but a recent transformation divided these four loops into two separate courses. The most famous of these is the Quinta do Lago course, based on the B and C loops and considered by the Golf World magazine to be the 28th best course in mainland Europe.

Designed by William Mitchell and inaugurated in 1974, it allows the player a wide variety of different approaches to the greens.
The course hosted the Portuguese Open in 1976, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990 and 2001 and it was here that Colin Montgomerie gained his first professional title, when winning the Portuguese Open in 1989.

Besides the strategically placed bunkers, attention is drawn to the course´s most famous hole: number 15, a par 3, which, when played off the championship tee, calls for a 200-metre shot over a lake and onto the green surrounded by trees.


Quinta do Lago
8135-024 Almancil
+351 289 390 700
+351 289 390 701

Inauguration year
: 1974
: William Mitchell
Professional length
: 6488 m
Men's championship length
: 5168 m
Number of holes in course
: 18
Par of the course
: 72
Individual lessons
Group lessons
Golf clinic
Main events:

Open de Portugal por 8 vezes/ Primeira edição da Final Mundial da BMW Golf Cup

Driving Range
Putting green

7.30am / 8pm

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