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Voted Continental Europe's second best golf course by the Golf World magazine, this impeccably maintained course, with its eighteen widely ranging holes running past lakes, pine trees and Atlantic beaches, make it an attractive challenge for all...more
Rua Quinta do Lago, Quinta do Lago 8135-162, Portugal
A truly magnificent golf track. Beautiful as well. Condition is always a concern as the company that owns this course do not seem to appreciate the merits of keeping this course in good condition. Greens are good though.
We played this course twice this week...More
Played this course numerous times. Scenery still srunning. Course is getting tired. Greens are not as good as they used to be.
Major downside, 6 hour rounds and a Marshall more interested in who has ordered a Tuna sandwich than getting it moving.
i was amazed at some of the reviews on here complaining about San Lorenzo. it isn't as manicured as the Quinta courses but its not meant to be, its a natural golf course that runs through the beauty of the Rio Formosa nature reserve. Where...More
Having read the reviews over the past few months it's clear that San Lorenzo is in need of some TLC this is none more so evident than in the clubhouse, very tired. Carpets and decor so old and dated really could do with a more...More
Having read some of the recent reviews it is clear that this place is Marmite - you either love it or hate it!
In reality it has a lot of pluses but also a few minuses. It is quiet this time of year so a...More
I have to say I really enjoyed the course. It opens up with 5 average enough holes but from the 6th tee on it gets pretty good. Greens were very good but the rest of the course was only in average condition. Very disappointing that...More
Frankly, I was amazed to read some of the reviews of this course from the last 12 months. I’ve played a lot of golf courses all around the world and I play to a single figure handicap; this course is possibly my favourite that I’ve...More
The golf course was in very poor shape, greens were very slow and shaggy. Fairways had very little grass on them. Not really a good golf course as for the layout and golf holes. Very poor value for the money
Played this course on our last visit a couple of years ago and enjoyed it a lot
Returned this week and we are totally shocked to see the very very poor condition it’s in , all yellow tee boxes are sand and no grass, fairways...More
Response from handbagsbrockham | Reviewed this property |
Agree Monte Rei is a fantastic course. My experiences with San Lorenzo have been good and played there last year and enjoyed it. Vale do Lobo Royal and Ocean courses are good as are the Quinta course, North and South. Sunset... More
Agree Monte Rei is a fantastic course. My experiences with San Lorenzo have been good and played there last year and enjoyed it. Vale do Lobo Royal and Ocean courses are good as are the Quinta course, North and South. Sunset in May will be around 8pm but check online. Playing at that time can find you behind slow golfers and you might take 5 hours! Try tee times.pt which we use. Hope this helps
I played San Lorenzo in September this year (2016). The place is a mess. Everything about the club is tatty. Tee boxes, greens, fairways, club house, buggies, etc. the place is a total rip off. They wanted to charge 48... More
I played San Lorenzo in September this year (2016). The place is a mess. Everything about the club is tatty. Tee boxes, greens, fairways, club house, buggies, etc. the place is a total rip off. They wanted to charge 48 EURs for three Pro V1 golf balls. The horrible and old golf carts were 50 Euros! The Greens Fee 150 Euros. It was worth 30 Euros at most. Yes, the views are still spectacular, but it's simply not worth the money. The club is being run by a bunch of hacks. Hopefully they will sell soon so that someone else can bring the place up to its former glory. Go play the Quinta Do Largo courses in stead, just up the road. Vilamoura Old is always great. So too are the Vale Do Lobo courses.