Spain Golf Courses:
|Abama Golf is part of a luxury complex in the south-west of the island Tenerife, Abama Gran Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa, consisting of a five-star Hotel Grand Luxe, Spa, Conference Centre, Tennis Club and Paddle Tennis.
|On the southern coast of Tenerife, just bordering the sea, we find the Amarilla Golf and Country Club. The character of the 18 hole course is marked by the incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean |
|The Golf Course in Buenavista del Norte is situated on the extreme north-western corner of the island of Tenerife, in the area known as Isla Baja.|
|Located only five minutes away from the centre of the very tourist place of Puerto de la Cruz, int the north of Tenerife.|
Home of the Canarie Spanish Open 2003
Only five kilometres away from Playa de las Américas, Golf Costa Adeje has been created with the aim of becoming an imprtant leisure option in the Canary Islands.
|This Tenerife Golf course, designed by Pepe Gancedo, is a thoroughly enjoyable layout in which one´s attention is immediately caught by the black volcanic sand in the bunkers and the wide fairways.
|This golf course opened in 1998 in the south of the marvellous island of Tenerife, in Playa de las Américas, one of the most important tourist resorts in Spain and with the best beaches on the island. |
|Situated right in the heart of Europe´s golf eldorado on Costa del Sol in Spain - right in the middle of the well known Golf Valley of Marbella.|
|Los palos Golf Centre is a par 27 nine hole course in the South of the island in the municipality of Arona, five minutes fro Playa de las Américas and Los Cristianos where temperatures are pleasant all year round|
|In the North of the island is the Real Club de Golf de Tenerife which was founded in 1932. Located sixteen kilometres from the capital city Santa Cruz de Tenerife this old course still has a distinct British air about it.
|Its spectacular 18 hole Golf Course and its combination of the contemporary and the classical juxtaposed with a fusion of the oriental and Mediterranean, make it a place for the imagination.|
|The Tecina Golf Course, located on the island of La Gomera, was designed by Donald Steel, who was also responsible for the New St. Andrews course, among many others.|