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Palmares Golf Course

Price: 8%* Discount on Green Fees, Tee Times from €71
Location: Portugal > Algarve > Lagos
Course: 27 holes, Par 72
Buggies: from €32 to €40 per buggy
Clubs: €30 per set

Discount Green Fees & Deals

18 Holes Green Fees
1st Jul 2017 to 31st Aug 2017 €71
1st Sep 2017 to 31st Oct 2017 €98
1st Nov 2017 to 30th Nov 2017 €99
1st Dec 2017 to 31st Jan 2018 €72
1st Feb 2018 to 30th Jun 2018 €99
1st Jul 2018 to 31st Aug 2018 €72
1st Sep 2018 to 31st Oct 2018 €99
Twilight (1 Pax + 1 Buggy) Deals
Late afternoon tee times, play as much as you can.
1st Nov 2016 to 31st Oct 2017 €75
1st Nov 2017 to 30th Nov 2017 €75
1st Dec 2017 to 31st Jan 2018 €75
1st Feb 2018 to 30th Jun 2018 €75
1st Jul 2018 to 31st Aug 2018 €75
1st Sep 2018 to 31st Oct 2018 €75
Summer Special Deals
Shared Buggy Included
1st Jun 2017 to 15th Sep 2017 €75
1st Jun 2018 to 16th Sep 2018 €75
Easter Special Deals
Shared Buggy Included
25th Mar 2018 to 8th Apr 2018 €75

Palmares Overview

The Palmares course has been totally transformed by the the American course designer Robert Trent Jones Jr. He has created a mixture of parkland with authentic links style. The 27 holes are laid out on the side of a south-facing hill overlooking the Bay of Lagos. Palmares Course has questionably the most attractive location of all the golf courses in the Algarve. The views as you play your round are quite breathtaking. Five of the holes are placed on the sand dunes with the fifth, a par 5 of 550 metres making a real challenge. For the time being there are no villas clustering the fairways so the feeling of openness as you play is very refreshing.

Palmares Reviews

Balls lost and found!!

Geoff from Portugal
Great golf course in pretty good condition, the greens were fantastic when compared with others in the Algarve at the moment. Fair price including buggy again compared to others at present. Played Lagos and Praia course as Alvor was closed. Only downside on the Praia course is people wandering around to and from the beach, clearly very dangerous. Also ball sellers and even worse ball finders wandering around the middle of the links section of the course and when out of site picking up the ball you are playing with if its not on the fairway. Lesson learned 'Keep it on the fairway!!'
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Eamon from United Kingdom
Excellent courses. All Three. No stroke savers were available which for visiting good golfers is essential. Playing off white tees would also be a better option as otherwise it's a 4 iron off the tee for many holes. Maybe it's a bit rough around the edges on approach to club house and clubhouse itself. Boavista has a better feel for club house facilities. Views from course and veranda at club house are amazing. A little more investment in this area and I would have given it 10/10.
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Nigel from Portugal
We played the Praia 9 and then the Alvor 9. I had a poor round (after a blinding start!) so am trying not to be biased. The course was plagued by itinerant lost golf ball sellers with their bags of balls on display for purchase at many of the tees. There was also considerable course maintenance work taking place with noise from machinery which I found unsettling and annoying. Poor signage, some nice views, wouldn't return.

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