Project Description

Considered one of the most renowned golf clubs in Europe, it consists of two courses, Los Lagos (1976) and Los Olivos (1984), and promises a technical game full of hazards against which players can pit themselves.

Los Lagos (The Lakes)

Owes its name to the abundance of water hazards that challenge players at seven of the holes on this course, in addition to over 6,300 metres of trees. This par 71, consisting of broad and generous fairways, requires accuracy in the stroke in order to avoid the big bunkers and deep water hazards on the way to the pin.

Los Olivos

This par 70 is 5,840 metres long and was completely renovated by Cabell B. Robinson during 2000 and 2001, respecting Trent Jones’ original design concept. The main feature of the course is its smaller size and the abundance of trees, with only a few water hazards. The greens are smaller, undulating, and well protected.