Alamos Golf Course is one of two golf courses at the Morgado Golf & Country Club. Read our complete review, including green fees and tee time information, to book your next round of golf.
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Green fees are €72 in the low season (December-February and June-September) for 18 holes.
High-season green fees are €112 (March-May and September-October) for 18 holes.
Nau golf courses provide excellent deals with 1 round of golf and buggy from €87.
Note: Green Fees prices may vary season to season
Nau Alamos Golf Course was designed by European Golf Design and opened in 2006. Alamos is maturing nicely into a very playable golf course, especially for mid-high handicappers.
Located 12 kilometres north of Portimão at the Morgado Golf & Country Club, Alamos is owned and operated by the Nau Group. There are two courses here, the other being Morgado Golf Course. Alamos is usually the quieter of the two, so if you’re after a more peaceful round of golf, this is your best option. However, if you’ve made the trip to the area, why not play both, as each course offers a unique experience.
Alamos is further inland than many of the other golf courses in the Algarve, and as a result, has a completely unique look and feel to it. Set at the foot of the Monchique mountains; you’ll feel at one with the rural setting as you meander through lush green vegetation. The lakes, mountains and vineyards provide the perfect backdrop to a tranquil round of golf.
The course isn’t particularly long, measuring 6244 yards from the championship tees. The yellows are 5582 yards, while the red tees measure 4755 yards. Par is 71 here, with four par-5s, nine par-4s, and five par-3s.
Due to its layout, there can be a bit of a walk between holes, so we advise booking a buggy to make the most of your round here. Buggy hire costs about €45 for 18 holes.
Of the two courses at Morgado Golf & Country Club, Alamos has tighter fairways and is shorter overall. The greens can be devilish at times but are always in good condition. There are some tricky undulations to navigate, so you’ll want accurate iron play with your approach shots to save yourself having to line up those tricky 20-foot putt.
The signature hole is undoubtedly the 2nd, a 532-yard par-5 dogleg right. There is water down the right-hand side, and a tricky bunker waits for anyone that flirts with the lake.
The 9th hole also deserves a mention. On the surface, it seems like a straightforward 180-yard par-3 with a bunker protecting the front of a small green. Putting is where you can expect your skills to be tested. The green has a slope that can be difficult to read, so an accurate tee shot is crucial.
Overall, this course is perfect option for golfers with mid-high handicaps looking for a more tranquil round away from the hustle and bustle of some other Algarve golf courses. The trees and plants are now well-established and provide the perfect backdrop for a wonderful round of golf.
Many specialist golf travel agents suggest accommodation at the Morgado Golf & Country Club. It’s on the doorstep of the first tee, so there’s no long travelling from your hotel to the golf course.
Yourgolftravel offer 3 nights bed and breakfast staying at the Nau Morgado Golf & Country Club with 2 rounds of golf at any of the following golf courses: Morgado Golf Course, Alamos Golf Course, Salgados Golf Course with prices starting from £225 per person excluding flights
The best deals are available during the low season. A round of golf between December – February and June- September costs just €72.
Buggy hire is also very reasonable, as is the case with all Nau golf courses and can cost from as little as €4 as long as you book in advance. We’d recommend securing a buggy when playing at Alamos, due to the distances between some of the tee boxes.
Alamos is situated 12km north of Portimão, just a 20-minutes away. The location is further inland than many other Algarve golf courses, but you’re rewarded with the Monchique Mountains as a spectacular backdrop.
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