Mijas Golf has two 18 hole courses. Los Lagos & Los Olivos both designed by the famed Robert Trent Jones.
Although both are the work of the
same designer, there
are defining contrasts between the
two. Los Lagos is based on
water and sand hazards, Los Olivos
has narrow tree lined fairways
and raised greens.
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Los Lagos (the lakes) has been named for the seven lakes or water hazzards which grace this course. Los Lagos is an undulating course covering a golfing distance of some 6963 yards, 18 holes par 71.
The fairways are deceivingly generous but require a great degree of accuracy.
The long 617 yard 5th typifies the cunning design of Los Lagos. You will need to drive fully over the 100 yard fairway bunker to reach the green.
Los Olivos contrasts with Los Lagos,
offering a challenge to the technical golfer. The course is a par 70 over a distance of 6386 yards.