The second oldest golf course in Spain is in Tenerife
The Real Club de Golf de Tenerife is the second oldest golf course in Spain. Built in 1932 by Antonio Lucena, Andrés Alberto, Joaquín Laynez and Aurelanio Yanez, renowned players at the club, it is in the northeast of the island of Tenerife. This course built among croplands and fruit trees also boasts a hundred year old plantation which is perfectly integrated into the features of the course which makes for a relaxing atmosphere to play golf all year round.
Play golf a short distance from Tenerife North airport
Located just a few minutes from Tenerife North airport, the Real Club de Golf de Tenerife is demanding on a golfer’s ability and his or her physical fitness. As it is a course with big slopes due to its geographic location, it is advisable to use an electric golf buggy. The golf course is made up of 18 holes and is a par 71 course, with both small and deep ravines used as natural obstacles. With four long distance par five holes, it is a demanding but stimulating course for the more expert player.
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