Green Fees for MIJAS GOLF SPECIAL PACKAGES LAGOS & OLIVOS:
Public Price: €484 | Our Price: €470
Dates: 25/09/17 - 19/11/17 (1 WEEK 18 HOLES PER DAY - Conditions apply)
Public Price: €363 | Our Price: €350
Dates: 20/11/17 - 30/11/17 (1 WEEK 18 HOLES PER DAY - Conditions apply)
Public Price: €242 | Our Price: €230
Dates: 01/12/17 - 31/12/17 (1 WEEK 18 HOLES PER DAY - Conditions apply)
Course: Mijas Los Olivos
Course Designer: Robert Trent Jones Senior
Established: 1984 – refurbished 2001
Par: 72 – four x 3 par´s, ten x 4 par´s, four x 5 par´s
Signature Hole: 7
Los Olivos was designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior and opened in 1984, with a refurbishment in 2001. Slightly smaller than the other course at Mijas Golf, Los Olivos is most notable for the multitude of trees which its name comes. With fewer water features, the 18 hole course is nevertheless very challenging. The greens are smaller, undulating and well defended by bunkers, and the strategic narrow tree lined fairways and elevated green demand accuracy and skill. Los Olivos is a course best suited for players gifted with a higher technical ability and precision in their game.
As with the other course at Mijas Golf, first rate facilities are available for golfers, including a practice area, buggy & trolley hire, bar-cafe and restaurant, plus places to buy water and other drinks as well as toilets throughout the grounds. Mijas Golf also offers the opportunity to take part in golf technique classes.
Course: Mijas Golf Los Lagos
Location: Mijas Costa
Course Designer: Nicklaus Design
Established: 1976 (refurbished 2012)
Par: 72 – four par 3´s, ten par 4´s, four par 5´s
Signature Hole: 13
Founded in 1976 and fully refurbished in 2012, Los Lagos is the older and larger of the two golf courses at Mijas Golf. The 18 hole course, designed by the legendary American architect Robert Trent Jones Snr, is spread over 52 hectares and 6,367 metres long, with wide fairways and soft slopes, ideal for amateurs, but at the same time presenting a challenge for the best players. The course is lined with trees of all varieties and has plenty of bunkers, but the nine lakes from which the course derives its name are the most memorable feature, turning the water into natural obstacles in 11 of the 18 holes.