The course, built in 1988 by Donald Steel, has definitely a lefthand- character. The generous course impresses with its very beautiful design and magnificent sea view. Small greens and hilly fairways make the game of golf varied, but not too difficult.
We played this course on 17 Jan 2012. A dry, sunny day, ca 20°. Amarilla is one of the many courses that are available in the area. The fairways are not always well maintained. The greens may be treacherous. The views are interesting if you like the water. Fifty percent of our flight (the ladies, but this is just a coincidence) didn't make it over the water hazard at hole 5, though that hole is under 100 meter long.
1.0 of 5 starsReviewed April 26, 2017
This is probably the worst place in Tenerife Misserabele fairways permanent construction sites Never again
The layout of the place is quite ok, almost no water in the game, a few bunkers. Greens relatively fast, undulating and difficult to read. Fairways sometimes very poor, filled bald spot with sand and put blue! The fairways I liked not so bad, the most beautiful hole was 5, a par 3 on the coast with a harbor view.