The San Lorenzo Golf Club is a beautiful golf course as well as a natural reserve, and is amongst Portugals renowned courses. The San Lorenzo Golf Club is located within the vast Quinto do Lago Estate of Almancil in Algrave, Portugal. The 18 hole course is perfectly crafted amidst the pine wood forests and lakes of the beautiful Ria Formosa nature reserve, as well as offers panoramic views of the vast blue expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. The San Lorenzo Golf Club was designed in 1988 by American golf architect, Joseph Lee and his partner, W. Roquemore; it is currently owned by the Le Meridien Dona Filipa Hotel. The 6,238 metres, par 72, golf course of the San Lorenzo Golf Club layout consists of 18 beautifully created scenic holes that wind their way through the natural settings of lakes, pine woods and beaches on the Algrave coastline. The well conditioned course displays vast slick greens, elevated tees, undulating pine tree-lined fairways, sand traps and bunkers and innumerable water hazards through its lakes. Overall, the San Lorenzo course, besides offering a placid location and visual delight with its natural beauty, it also presents three different tees to add variety, thus also forming a tough challenge to golfers.