What Makes Quinta Do Lago Laranjal Golf Course So Amazing?

Portuguese 2011 Travel Awards voted Quinta do Lago Laranjal Golf Course as the best golf course. The golf course was inaugurated in the year 2009 being the newest golf course of Quinta do Lago, which was formerly an orange grove. The par- 72 beautiful championship course is located in Ludo valley, which is only 2 km on the eastern side of the resort. The place boasts of well-designed greens and spectacular fairways and it is famous for its five spectacular lakes and the abundance of cork, orange, and umbrella pine trees.

Laranjal golf course is spread in an area of 6,480 meters. Being a challenging golf course, it demands a high level of focus, attention, and accuracy from you. The unique rolling terrain of the course is designed by experts and it is manicured to offer a global level of golfing experience.

Features of Quinta do Lago Laranjal Golf Course

The golf course comprises of five par-5 holes, eight par-4 holes, and five par-3 holes. The entire course consists of Penn A4 over the greens and Bermuda grass over the fairways, guaranteeing outstanding putting surfaces round the year.

The Laranjal golf course falls among the new golf courses of Algarve and is situated on the border of Quinta do Lago Resort of Algarve. The golf course has many obstacles and lakes. The slender fairways and well- guarded greens need good amount of accuracy with the club and great concentration to navigate the trying course laid down above the well-defined and rolling topography. The combination of different kinds of trees and various beautiful lakes adds to the level of difficulties in the course. Despite being the newest member of Quinta do Lago family, Laranjal maintains the high standards as maintained by the Quinta do Lago South and Quinta do Lago North.

The holes are impressive

The front nine golf holes of the Laranjal Golf Course are spread in a span of 3,307 meters. They represent a subtle introduction to the things that wait for you in the later nine holes. The last nine holes consist of intersecting obstacles and the lakes are dotted around the holes, including the famous ‘spectator’s mound’ lying between the 8th hole and the 9th hole. The eleventh hole is par-3 and is really special for the beach bunker. You need to have great accuracy for 14th, 13th, and 12th holes.