Lanzarote Golf is situated in Lanzarote, Canary Islands. Its location is ten minutes away from the airport and five minutes from Puerto del Carmen, one of the most important tourist places in the island where the best hotels and beaches are located.
It is a modern golf course of 18 holes par 72 which is 6.133 metres long. With the exception of two holes, all of them have four tees. It is made up of 4 par 3, 4 par 5 and 10 par 4. It was designed in order to any player, regardless of their hándicap, can enjoy the game. However, it does not mean that it cannot be a challenge for the most demanding golfers.
The course was designed by the well-known American architect Ron Kirby, Course Project Manager of Jack Niclkaus, ex profesional American golfer.
The course was developed taking into account the natural contour of the site, keeping the existing rock features and taking advantage of the wonderful views offered at the site. He adapted the original land, retaining its attractive ondulations in keeping with the idyllic landscape of Lanzarote.
Its location offers the player spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean which expands from Arrecife to Fuerteventura and Lobos Island.
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From the large House Club terraces, you can enjoy watching the players at Tee 1 and Tee 10 as well as those who are playing Hole 9 and Hole 18. It is developed in order to social events can be organized.
Lanzarote Golf has evolved every day and it has all the necessary facilities for practising golf such as a Driving Range with twenty shooting stations on a carpet, putting green, an approaching area and a bunker for the improvement of the players.
There are also Golf Professionals for teaching those beginners and advanced players, both children and adults, offering them an exciting schedule with the necessary equipment to practise and improve their swing.
Thanks to the weather in the Canary Island, Lanzarote Golf is visited by a great number of players every day during the whole year because Lanzarote Golf is the place where the weather is not a hándicap.