Golf Costa Adeje takes your game to a different level. It was pretty good when Pepe Gancedo designed it in 1998, but Golf Costa Adeje has grown in size and reputation since then to the world class venue it is today. It’s come a long way since the site was just banana plantations on a remote south west corner of Tenerife, but it hasn’t forgotten it’s roots. The course makes full use of the terraced land, the 5,000 metre long original stone wall, parades of palm trees and undulating contours.
Wide open greens, lakes and craters and clear views across to the island of La Gomera help to make this a real favourite. In 2001, the original 18 holes were expanded with 9 extra holes on the Los Lagos course. A large new clubhouse was also added and it’s spacious terraces soon became a firm favourite. With the 2003 Spanish Open choosing the course, it had really come of age.
At Golf Costa Adeje, they have training facilities that go one step further. A practice green, chipping green and 2 putting greens are impressive enough but the driving range is amazing. Built on 45,000 square metres into the hillside it has a lift to take you and your buggy, to the 3 levels it serves.
Faced with such an awesome course, you might want to brush up on your game and this is the place to do it, with 3 professionals and a golf school that adapts to your ability level. All this can be yours for as little as 85 euros for high season green fees.
Golf Costa Adeje
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