Par 72/ 5.628 m. von Gelb. Ein weiterer Top-Course im Golfparadies Vilamoura, der Oceanico Victoria Course von Arnold Palmer ist jüngste der Oceanico Plätze an der Algarve, eröffnet 2004. Das Championship-Design ist hervorragend und die 5-6 Abschläge pro Tee garantieren Spielspass für jede Spielstärke. Von den hinteren Abschlägen ist der Course mit über 6.000 Metern sogar der längste in Portugal. Typisch für den Platz sind die Wasserhindernisse mit zahlreichen Seen und Wasserfällen. Die typische Vegetation besteht aus Johannisbrotbäumen, Oliven- und Mandelbäumen, die Fairways sind breit und wellig und die Grüns werden von strategisch platzierten Bunkern verteidigt.
Par 72 / 6,157 metres. This conventional par-72 course was opened 2000, although the fully modernised back nine, which were formerly part of the 27-hole Laguna course, were opened in their original layout ten years prior to that. The modernisation, which rendered the course a par 72 and 6,157 metres in length, and the completely new outward nine, of which five holes snake through typically picturesque Algarve pine forests, were both designed by renowned golf course designer Martin Hawtree. He also oversaw the construction of the front nine and modernisation of the back nine, formerly part of the Joe Lee-designed Laguna golf course, and developed a harmonious hybrid design. The course is one of the famous five Vilamoura courses on the Algarve - Oceanico Victoria, the venue of the Portugal Masters between 2007 and 2009, Oceanico Old Course, Oceanico Pinhal, Oceanico Laguna and Oceanico Millennium.
Par 72 / 6,111 metres. Opened in 1990, this golf course extends over low coastal terrain and is different to the other courses at this resort, with plenty of water hazards and few trees. Many of the holes on this course have the feel of a links course. As part of the earlier 27-hole Vilamoura III course, it has been constantly improved over the years and now measures 6,111 metres playing off the white tee markings. The Vilamoura Oceanico Laguna course has several lakes, which come into play on eleven of the holes. Oceanico Golf is owner and operator of one of the largest portfolios of golf courses in Europe and has a selection of eight championship courses, including the five famous Vilamoura courses on the Algarve - Oceanico Victoria, the venue of the Portugal Masters between 2007 and 2009, Oceanico Old Course, Oceanico Pinhal, Oceanico Laguna and Oceanico Millennium.
Par 72 / 6,353 metres playing off white. Opened in 1976, Oceanico Pinhal was the second golf course built in Vilamoura and was designed by Frank Pennik. It is characterised by its hilly parkland landscape with numerous umbrella pines and Atlantic pines, which line the fairways and in some cases are even situated directly on the fairways or close to the greens. Several holes have recently been lengthened in order to keep up with recent advances in club and ball technologies. This beautifully laid out course snakes through the region's best residential areas with views of the elegant villas of the Vilamoura region. The course requires a great deal of precision. Pinhal covers terrain that is sometimes flat, sometimes hilly. In 1985 the course was modified by Robert Trent Jones.