The best golf courses in Tenerife
The important issue is everything around your best shot.
Imagine your best swing, a light breeze, the grass at its perfect point and a temperature around 23ºC.
Your favourite stick between your hands and tense muscles to perform your master blow. You take air and hit hard until you leave the ball next to the hole. A smile of satisfaction runs through your face. You feel in glory!
We know that many of our rockers are passionate about golf and that is why at Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife we make it easy for you to manage your reservations and transfers to your favourite courses.
The island of Tenerife will be your golf paradise all year.
With its 8 golf courses and 2 totally different pitch and putt running across the north and south of the island, you can live a completely different game of golf at each stop.
The best golfers in the world have put their stamp on them, including Severiano Ballesteros, John Jacobs, or Donald Steel; and they will ensure that you do not remain indifferent bypassing their water obstacles or bunkers of black sand.
Eighteen holes of pure passion. A unique day of golf is waiting for you on this golf course that could be categorized as a work of art and designed by Dave Thomas.
This golf course seems to be taken from a detailed painting, and it was designed by landscape designer Donald Steel, on the edge of the sea following a perfect framework with 18 holes.
Our favourite? The hole number 5, the most spectacular of Amarilla Golf, among palm trees, Canarian pines, water hazards and that smell of the sea that we like so much while looking towards the Teide.
Impressive is the word that will come to mind when you see this spectacular golf course framed in the Teno Rural Park.
What awaits me there? A work by Severiano Ballesteros with demanding and precise holes on incredible cliffs. Don’t be afraid to throw against the sea! The most rewarding holes are always the most difficult.
Los Palos Golf Center
A story garden awaits you in this field with 9 magical holes that will test you between unevenness, water and colourful vegetation.
Its designer, José María Olazábal of Integral Golf, designed it to be pleasantly observed from the terrace that dominates the entire field.
Costa Adeje Golf
The old and the new merge in Golf Costa Adeje. Its creator, Pepe Gancebo, adapted the surroundings of the old agricultural terraces that descended in front of the sea towards La Gomera.
A unique course with 27 holes spread between ravines and lakes.
One of the favourites to carry out major golf competitions in Spain.
Golf del Sur
It was opening in 1987 was big with a professional tournament that would not end there. A history of great events and reforms precedes it.
Pepe Gancedo invented his careful layout, remodelled afterwards by Manuel Piñero that enhanced all the natural protected areas that surround him with a native flora that will not leave you indifferent: cacti, palm trees and other species that offer great colour and contrast to the field.
Golf Las Américas
It is said that in Playa América there is always fun, and a nice example of this is Golf Las Américas. With a land arranged as if it were an amphitheatre, you can look at the sea while preparing your master blow.
John Jacobs designed it prioritizing water hazards so that the sensation creates a relaxing and fresh environment.
Real Golf Club of Tenerife
Its history precedes it, it is the second oldest club in Spain and still retains a distinguished British touch.
More than 600 meters above the sea, it has 18 holes, undulating streets and a spectacular view of Teide.
We go on tour! 40 minutes by ferry will take you from Tenerife to the incredible island of La Gomera. A field overlooking the sea that will make you drop the odd wow. The vegetation will unquestionably be the one that will take centre stage as you enter the highest areas.
A field overlooking the sea that will make you drop the odd wow. The vegetation will undoubtedly be the one that will take centre stage as you enter the highest areas.
A landscape that will become more and more lush surrounding you with fruit trees and tropical trees.
Its author, Donald Steel, invites us to play on a canyon 45 meters above the green.