Situated on the volcanic south eastern slopes of Lanzarote, the course at Costa Teguise Golf Club is a John Harris design that dates back to the late 1970s, making it one of noted architect’s final projects before he passed away in 1977.
Atalaya Golf and Country Club is one of the more established golf facilities on the Costa del Sol and it is used as the headquarters for the European PGA.
The Indiana course at Desert Springs is where the first full-blown Arizona/California desert themed layout – described by some as “a Wild West resort course” – first collided with the continent of Europe...
Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas is Spain’s oldest golf club, having been established by English traders back in 1891.
Host to the 1980 Spanish Open (won by Irishman Eddie Polland), Escorpion Golf Club comprises of three 9-hole courses, all designed by Alfonso Vidaor & Ron Kirby in 1975. The Azul 18-hole layout comprises of the Masía and Lagos loops which form the premier configuration.
Puntiro is the first Majorcan course to come from the Nicklaus Design stable. The layout is intelligently routed across a mature 164 acres where specimen pines, olive and carob trees flank many fairways.
Spanish architect Ramon Aspinosa created Fontanals in 1994 and it extends to 7,100 yards, routed over pleasantly undulating terrain with the Pyrenees as a magnificent backdrop.
Owned and operated by the Lopesan Hotel Group, Lopesan Meloneras Golf occupies two distinct tracts; the more compact front nine lies further inland, with the back nine routed in a large loop around a future development site.
Lerma the creation of Spanish architect, José Gancedo, who made good use of the natural Castellan terrain to fashion 18-holes in total sympathy with their surroundings...
Buenavista is unashamedly holiday golf at its very best and should be on every visiting golfers itinerary when holidaying in Tenerife.