With only 2 golf courses on the island of Lanzarote, both are likely to be very popular both with the local members and casual golfers and visitors to the island who come for a golf break or a holiday with a little bit of golf thrown in.  Therefore, both Costa Teguise Golf and Lanzarote Golf are usually pretty busy with members and visitors alike.

However, here at Costa Teguise Golf this doesn’t mean necessarily that your round will be affected by slow play as the course seems to absorb players into it, meaning that play flows very well around this interesting layout.  When The Golf Travel People last played here it was a Saturday morning with a members 4-ball competition taking place and we were playing alone – although playing 2 balls each hole – and the pace of play around the course was actually pretty good.  There is something about the way Costa Teguise Golf is laid out that allows this to happen with most holes being well separated from the last and with very few places to actually lose a ball for good – unless of course you are a little wild off the tee!

The course itself has some very interesting holes including the 15th, a really long – but thankfully downhill – par 3 (all 4 of the par-3’s are actually fairly lengthy averaging out at over 180m), plus the 18th hole itself which is a par-5 back to the clubhouse, which can be a great opportunity for a closing birdie.  On the front-9 there are also some interesting holes with plenty of dog-leg fairways dotted with the black sand bunkers synonymous with golf in the Canary Islands.

The greens are generally fairly large with gentle slopes and breaks, so if your putter is on song here there are some great scoring opportunities all the way around the golf course.

The clubhouse and terrace is a great place to relax after your round of golf here at Costa Teguise GC and reflect on the round whilst watching fellow golfers practicing on the driving range just below.

Situated close to the resort area of Costa Teguise itself, this golf course has an ideal location to enjoy a few rounds of golf only a few minutes away from a vast selection of hotels, villas and apartments and all the other services available in this large resort.

Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain Travel Guide

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Par: 72
Max Length (Men): 6476m
Max Length (Ladies): 5310m
Slope (Men): 147
Slope (Ladies): 141
Year Opened: 1978
Designer: John Harris
Manager: Jaime Canomanuel


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  • Use Faro Airport in Portugal for the Algarve and also the Huelva region of the Costa de la Luz
  • Use Jerez/Seville/Gibraltar/Malaga airports for the Cadiz/Jerez region of the Costa de la Luz
  • Use Alicante/Murcia/Almeria airports for the entire south eastern region of Spain
  • Use Girona or Barcelona airports for the north east of Spain including the Costa Brava
  • Use Antalya Airport in Turkey for golf holidays in Belek, Turkey
  • Use Las Palmas Airport for golf holidays in Gran Canaria
  • Use Tenerife South Airport for golf holidays in Tenerife, unless you can source any flights to Tenerife North for Melia Hacienda del Conde and other resorts in the north of the island.
  • Use Tenerife South Airport for golf holidays in la Gomera and use the excellent Fred Olsen ferry service from Los Cristianos to San Sebastian port in La Gomera


Costa Teguise Golf Club

  • Long par-3 holes
  • Good greens
  • Close to the resort of Costa Teguise
  • Welcoming clubhouse