San Miguel de Abona, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
Golf del Sur opened in 1987 and has been host to a number of European PGA Tour events. Originally designed by Pepe Gancedo and redesigned (Links Course) in 2005 by Manuel Piñero, Golf del Sur is the only golf course in the Canary Islands with 3 championship combinations. The course is thoroughly enjoyable with black volcanic sand in the bunkers, large greens and very wide fairways. Particularly difficult is the 3rd hole on the North course. To right of the wide fairway is a water hazard, behind which lies an impressive ravine with an ochre-coloured rockface, while to the left is a gaping bunker of black sand. Another notable hole is the 2nd of the South course, a par 3 of 193 meters whose green is surrounded by another immense bunker of black sand.
NORTH COURSE: Length of 2.911 meters has 9 holes, 2 par 3s, 5 par 4s and 2 par 5s. (par 36)
SOUTH COURSE: Length of 2.986 meters has 9 holes, 2 par 5s, 5 par 4s and 2 par 3s. (par 36)
LINKS COURSE: Length of 2.853 meters has 9 holes, 2 par 3s, 5 par 4s and 2 par 5s. (par 36)
Discount Green Fees & Book Tee Times
We offer our clients guaranteed tee times with discount green fees on Golf del Sur in Tenerife
Rentals at Golf del Sur: Club rentals, trolleys and buggies
Facilities at Golf del Sur: Bar restaurant, tennis, golf school, driving range, buggy bar, putting and chipping green, pro shop and restrooms.
Handicap Restrictions: maximum 28 Men, 36 Ladies
Dress Code: Soft spikes only. No gym shorts, bathing suits, etc.
Location: Golf del Sur is situated on the south of Tenerife ( Canary Islands), just a few kilometers from Reina Sofia airport.
Weather in Tenerife: Ideal conditions, an average year round temperature of 23º C/74º F
Golf del Sur has been host to the following tournaments:
• 1989 - Tenerife Open (European PGA Tour - winner J.M. Olazabal)
• 1992 - Tenerife Open (European PGA Tour -winner J.M. Olazabal)
• 1993 - Tenerife Open ( European PGA Tour -winner David Gilford)
• 1994 - Tenerife Open (European PGA Tour -winner Mark James)
• 1995 - Shell Wonderful World of Golf (Ernie Els v Phil Mickelson)
• 2002 - Tenerife Ladies Open (LPGA European Evian Tour - winner Raquel Carriedo.)
•Golf del Sur has also been the setting for two golf driving distance record, both of which were set by Britain’s Karl Woodward who broke the legendary 400-yard barrier with a drive of 408 yards here