The Abama Championship Golf Course rises and dips between 22 lakes and more than 25,000 trees. Along the way are waterfalls, palms and bunkers of marble sand, while the Atlantic Ocean offers a beautiful backdrop. The lowest point of the course is 78 metres above sea-level and its highest, 315 metres.
Facilities include practice ground and green, putting greens, clubhouse with pro shop, restaurant and bar and buggies with GPS. There is a golf academy where guests can receive private lessons.
Amarilla Golf & Country Club enjoys great views of the volcano Mount Teide to the north of Tenerife.
The 5th hole is one to look forward to as it requires a carry over the sea to the fairway. The fairways in general are fairly flat, and the terrain is links-like, with dips and hollows protecting the small greens.
Costa Adeje hosted the European Tours Tenerife Open in 2003. The course has typical local features of black volcanic sand and is noted for the excellent condition of its fairways and greens. Wonderfully located, overlooking the south coast, and Mount Teide to the north.
Based on three loops of nine, Golf del Sur’s 27-hole course has hosted some of the biggest names in the game - Jose Maria Olazabal has also won the Tenerife Open two of the four times it was held at Golf del Sur.
The course is challenging and full of elevation changes, with some holes requiring carries over bunkers/waste areas which are particular to the volcanic island of Tenerife.
Golf Las Americas is defined by wide and flat lush fairways, with water hazards on 10 holes, and palm trees, flowers and shrubs lining the fairways.
Visually this is a very pleasant golf course with streams flowing into waterfalls across its gently sloping terrain. The surrounding mountains protect from the wind and sun is guaranteed all year round!