Owned by the Ritz Carlton Group and part of the Abama Gran Hotel and Spa Resort, it is one of the finest golf courses in Spain. That said, the course fees are higher than most.
Situated in Guia de Isora on the west coast of the island, it's a 35-minute drive from La Bodega.
This 18-hole Tenerife golf course has dozens of lakes connected by waterfalls and 25,000 palm trees over 6,271 meters of green with white-sand bunkers and magnificent views of both La Gomera and the ocean.
Designed by the Ryder Cup and European Tour venues designer Dave Thomas, it is widely considered to be his best work in a career spanning over 50 years.
Opened in 1987 with a professional tournament that began a history of golfing events. This is the only 27-hole championship golf course in Tenerife and the first in the Canary Islands to have 3-course competitions.
Enhanced by the surrounding naturally protected areas and views of the Atlantic Ocean and Teide, this course has ravines, giant trees, and cacti. There are also water hazards (on the 3rd, 4th, 5th holes), volcanic black sand bunkers, large greens and wide fairways that stretch out over a piece of land 800,000m2.
Along with having an 18-hole golf course by the sea, it also has a 9-hole pitch and putt that anyone can play on.
Located at Amarilla Golf in the south of Tenerife, it is a 20-minute drive from Tenerife - La Bodega.
Amarilla Golf has the San Miguel Marina with its yachts on one side and three large bunkers (for the last three holes) on the other, bordered by volcanic sand and the neighboring Golf del Sur golf course. The rest is sandwiched between large barrancos, a residential development, oh and the sea, which actually becomes the fairway on the 5th hole.
Various Canarian flora, Washingtonian palms, and Canarian palms can be found throughout this Tenerife golf course, along with views of the sea and the majestic Mt. Teide.
This 18-hole Tenerife golf course, designed by the great golfer Severiano Ballesteros, is located on the rugged cliffs of the most stunning coastline Tenerife has to offer. It is north west of the island, close to the Teno mountain range (from Santiago del Teide to Buenavista).
A 90-minute drive from Tenerife - La Bodega.
The course has 6 holes of par 3s, par 4s, and par 5s over an area of 6,019 meters. Holes 15 and 17 are both on the edge of the cliff, and a large central lake and a waterfall are the water hazards. The clubhouse offers views of the entire area.
The original Canarian-farmed terraces of this former banana plantation not only slope down to the sea but have been restored, and added to throughout the whole course.
Golf Costa Adeje hosted the Canarias Open de España in 2003 and the World Final of the BMW Golf Club International in 1999.
It’s a 25-minute car journey from Tenerife - La Bodega.
This 18-hole golf course, along with an entirely different shorter 9-hole golf course, boasts beautiful views of the sea, La Gomera, and the Adeje mountains, with obstacles that include gorges and lakes.
An 18-hole golf course on top of a gently sloping amphitheatre facing the sea with ocean views of La Gomera. In the heart of Playa de Las Americas and a 16-minute drive from Tenerife - La Bodega.
The amphitheatre effect helps to protect the area from wind and priority has been given to water hazards. The golf course covers an area of 6,039 meters and boasts a series of lakes, streams, and waterfalls. And thanks to its location, it has 3,200 hours of sunlight a year and temperatures that vary between 21°C and 25°C.
A one-level garden of lush and colourful vegetation that is open all hours. Ideal for beginners or those short of time.
Instruction is one of its strengths, with teachers available that speak a variety of languages.
It’s a 16-minute drive from Tenerife - La Bodega.
The club offers an 18-hole course (2 1/4 hours) and a much shorter 9-hole course (1 hour), with the 18-hole course being twice round the 9 holes.
There are plenty of challenges around the 914m Tenerife golf course. Five holes have water hazards and the others require accurate hitting.
Founded in 1932, this is the second oldest club in the Canaries and the 11th oldest in Spain. It has quite an English clubhouse feel to it, but is closed on weekends and holidays. Tee times are only available before 1pm the rest of the time.
An hours drive from Tenerife - La Bodega.
There are Canarian pine trees, laurel trees, large eucalyptus and an abundance of floral shrubs over a 5,687-metre area. Views of Mount Teide can be seen on various holes, with holes 17 and 18 offering the best view.