Wide fairways with large, mostly raised greens and an extravagant application of vast bunkers and water. The eight lakes (hence the name) impart the impression of freedom and space.
One of “Los Lagos” most characteristic and difficult holes is the par 5 thirteenth. Seen from elevated tees it looks deceptively easy but at the approach to the green there is water left and right, also beware of the slope as even a well hit shot is in danger of rolling off the green into the water. The 5th, a 571 metre monster, is also “interesting”. The course is almost free of rough and is practically flat except for a slight incline up the 18th hole.