The 18-hole course of ABAMA Golf was designed by Dave Thomas. He put more than 50 years of experience of the professional golf industry into the creation of Abama’s golf course, now widely regarded as one of his greatest achievements. Rambling over 6,271 metres of ever-changing terrain, it features 22 lakes linked by impressive waterfalls and white-sand bunkers, and 25,000 palm trees
The 18-hole course of Buenavista Golf (2003) was designed by Severiano Ballesteros. The course is located in the extreme north-west of Tenerife, very close to the impressive mountain range of Teno on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the Par 72 fairways offer the sensational feeling of hitting directly into sea, while others are just beautifully designed.
The 18-hole course of the Tecina Golf on the island of La Gomera is located in the touristic complex of Hotel Jardín Tecina. The course offers spectacular views of the natural beauty of the landscape, the Atlantic Ocean and the volcano Mount Teide on the neighboring island of Tenerife.
The 18-hole Real Club de Golf de Tenerife was founded in 1932 which makes it the second oldest in Spain. The Par 71 course is located in the greenest and coolest part of the island of Tenerife. It can be played year around. The characteristics of this challenging golf course are the beauty of its landscape, the abundance of mature trees, water hazards and canyons.
The 18-hole course of Golf las Américas is situated in the Heart of Playa de Las Américas, one of the most important tourist centres in the South of Tenerife and only 10 kms from the International Airport.
The golf course Centro de Golf Los Palos is very suitable because of the excellent practice facilities with driving range, chipping and putting greens for beginners. But also to relax for a short game.
The 18-hole golf course of the Fuerteventura Golf Club was designed by the renowned architect Juan Caterineau and fits into the beauty of the Fuerteventura landscape. Holes No. 1 to 10 drop gently towards the direction of the sea. Some holes oblige you to play right on the water’s edge, others are lined by trees. In general the fairways are wide with spacious greens. Bunkers and water hazards come into play. In 2004 the club hosted the Spanish Open. The Fuerteventura Golf Club offers very good training facilities.
The 18-hole course of the Golf Club Salinas de Antigua was designed by Manuel Piñeiro. Built in the typical Canary Coastline, the golf course offers more than just spectacular seascapes. The relatively short par 70 course is characterized by numerous obstacles, large and fast greens. Full schedule and strategic game are essential regardless of whether the individual tracks to be played conservatively or aggressively because a number of greens are protected by water hazards. In this respect, the course for golfers of all skill levels is interesting.
The 27-hole golfresort Golf Costa Adeje has been designed by integrating the natural characteristics of the area of former banana plantations. The original wall stones were totally restored. The resort offers an 18-hole championship course (par72) and the 9-hole course Los Lagos (33), a beautiful landscape and stunning sea views. I