Warm welcome at Costa Teguise Golf

Warm welcome at Costa Teguise Golf

Costa Teguise Golf

Urb. Costa Teguise, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

Costa Teguise golf course lies at the foot of an old volcano and has breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. This 18-hole course, which was designed by British landscape architect John Harris, was built in 1978. This is a fantastic course, not only because of its design but also thanks to the excellent condition in which it is kept all year round. The course runs along the side of an old volcano, set within an inspirational landscape of lava, cacti and palm trees.

The course is designed to be both smooth and varied. Its numerous doglegs stimulate players and require them to bring all clubs into play. It even represents a challenge for professional players, whilst offering an attractive and enjoyable game for those of more modest skills. The fairways are surrounded by over 3,000 palm trees.

In addition to its privileged location, it benefits from a warm and pleasant climate all year round, which is tempered by a sea breeze from the island’s almost constant trade winds.

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Facts & Figures

18 holes, 6476 m, par 72

White 6476 m, VC 75, Slope 133

Yellow 6163 m, VC 73.3, Slope 133

Blue 5652 m, VC 77.0, Slope 137

Red 5310 m, VC 74.6, Slope 133

Scorecard and course plan


Open all year round in a great climate.

Practice Facilities:

Driving range (300 m), Putting green, chipping green with 2 bunkers, training hole (110 m long with 2 greens)


Club house, reception and pro shiop, caddy master, men’s and ladies’ changing rooms, locker hire, restaurant-bar, café, golf school.


Club hire, trolleys, buggies, driving range, pro-shop and club storage.


Players may require proof of handicap or golf licence arriving at the Caddy Master and without which, they may not have access to the golf course and will be considered "no show" and charged in full but not allowed to play. Costa Teguise hopes this measure will ensure that a certain rhythm of the game will result.

Weather on Lanzarote:

Thanks to the extraordinary climate enjoyed on the Canaries, it is possible to play golf all year round in spring-like temperatures. The average annual temperature is around 24º Centigrade.


Located 13.5 km from Lanzarote airport (ACE)

29°00'15.8"N 13°31'23.0"W
29.004378, -13.523043