Rising up the west face of the Teide Volcano, Abama Golf course was created by world renowned golf designer Dave Thomas in 2005. The immaculately maintained 18 hole championship course contains over 300 species of subtropical plant life, including over 20,000 palm trees. Almost all of the holes of the course have spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and the island of La Gomera.
With 22 lakes spread throughout the course´s ever changing terrain, as well as waterfalls and white sand bunkers, the course is challenging enough to test even the most experienced golfer.
The designer, Donald Steel, took advantage of the island's beautiful contrasts to create a diverse course with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. The course opened in 1989, a year later debuted internationally in high competition and hosted the second edition of the Tenerife Open, part of the European PGA Tour.
The course has 18 holes, par 72 with 5929m lenght close to the sea that line the port of San Miguel. Hole number 5 is a real gem for golf lovers. The player must play across the ocean here to reach the green. The experience of playing in this part of the field is often one that is not forgotten. The golf complex also offers a driving range , putting green, 9- hole Pitch & Putt course.
Buena Vista Golf course, built in 2003, designed by Seve Ballesteros. Is a challenging course set amongst beautiful surrounding smaking is the ideal place for golfers looking for a truly golf experience in contact with nature and sea.
The course has 18 holes a par of 72 and a total length of 6, 150
meters. Some of these holes are so close to
the coast that they give the player thesensation that they will hit
the ball right in to the ocean, with impressive mountains as back drop. The area
holds the title of protected Natural Park and is famous for it smild clima tea llye arround.
Golf Club Costa Adeje
The Costa Adeje golf course was designed by the prestigious golf course architect Jose Gancedo in 1998, who used the natural scenery of the former banana plantations to integrate the minto golf architecture. Notable are the fair ways surrounded by palm trees and a sophisticated irrigation system that allows you to water the course with purified water.
The course has 18 holes, par 72 and 6258m long and a 9 holes Links course built next to the driving range which are a bit shorter, but at the same time more technically demanding. Thanks to the unique views of the sea and six lakes, the game is more interesting and fun. Thanks to this, even players with higher handicaps can enjoy this course. For the convenience of the guests, there is a stylish club room where you can relax and refresh after a game, as well as a large Clubhouse with Pro Shop and Restaurant at the large course.
Golf del Sur
Opened in 1987 and was launched by a professional tournament. Since then, it has hosted several competitions at the highest international level. In 1989, 1992, 1993 and 1994, it hosted the Tenerife Open, part of the PGA European Volvo Tour, with José Maria Olazábal winning the first two editions and David Gilford and Mark James in the following years. In 1995, Golf del Sur hosted the Shell Wonderful World of Golf, which featured Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson.
In the beginning, it had 27 holes, par 72 at the competition level. Palm trees and giant cacti line the course, to which special attention is paid to the protection of its flora and fauna. In the year 2020, they reduced to 18 holes Golf del Sur is one of the Spanish courses with TÜV certification according to ISO 14001 Environment and GOLF DE LA BIOSFERA standards. Offering services - golf school, driving range, tennis, mini golf, bar-restaurant, buggy bar, putting and chipping green, pro- shop and changing rooms.
Golf Las Américas
Designer John Jacobs has designed this breathtaking course near the most visited tourist center of Los Cristianos in 1998 . The course has a light amphitheater shape, which protects it from the wind and rain thanks to a number of nearby hills. Perfect for year-round golf.
The course, a smooth topography and a diverse route, has a par 72 with a total length of 6,051 meters. Among the attractions offers a number of bunkers, water barriers with a pleasant ecological effects. The course offers views over the toursim town and the ocean.
Located on the hill of Lomada de Tecina, the course overlooks the blue ocean waters. In the words of its designer, leading British architect and writer Donald Steel, it is "the most exciting and challenging project I have ever designed and built. It is unusual because you have to climb up to the first teeing ground, and then it is downhill all the way. The views are breathtaking".
The 18 Tecina Golf holes overlooking the sea measure a total of 6,343 metres from the white tees, and it is a par 71 golf course. Fairways and greens are surrounded by a profusion of native Canary Islands vegetation, such as Canary Island spurge cactus and tabaiba shrubs, and trees bearing such fruits as banana, avocado and mango, each giving off its characteristic aroma.