Amarilla golf & Country club is in the south of Tenerife, directly near by the sea. The character of the course with 18 holes is shaped of the spectacular views on the Atlantic, which inspired certainly the draft of the golf architect Donald Steel. The soil conditions of the golf course, which is surrounded by the handle coasts of the sea and a luxury settlement plant, offer both an attractive challenge to tournament players and less professional golfers.
From the first anticipated payment the player discovers the wonderful views over the sea. The holes 2, 3 and 4 with an example varied Canarian flora, enormous Cannas Indicas, follow attractive Washington palms and the unusual Canarian pines. The high point of the golf course forms the impressive 5th hole, a true jewel for the golf player. Here the ocean reach the Fairway, which it applies to overact, if one wants to reach the Green. The next holes open a new delightful perspective: the panorama view of a mountain course, which is crowned by the majestic summit of the Teide. The 12th hole leads back, accompanied from a fresh wind again, to the sea-side. Subsequently, the terrace of the Proshops invite to a welcome rest in, in order to refill energy for finalkept in track. The last three holes are characterized by large lateral of shelter by volcanic sand. Here you see the golf course Campo del Sur in direct neighbourhood, which makes San Miguel to the municipality with most golf holes of the island.
The further installations of the club cover Driving range, Putting Green, riding center as well as club house with tennis court, swimming pool, bar and restaurant, from where you have a wonderful view over the ocean and the golf course.
Amarilla golf offers a pitch & a Putt with 9 holes (Par 27), which is only 20 meters from the Proshop.
Director of Golf: Fernando Tavío
Head Pro: Jorge Segura
Designer: Donald Steel
Hcp limit Men:28
Hcp limit Woman:36
From the airport to Playa las Américas over the motorway Tf-1, departure NR. 24 direction sea, the motorway crosses and following the first branching to the right .