Everything is about money in Tenerife. Golf courses are also not an exception. At the reception they do not ask for HCP certification, start every 8 minutes. Marshall is driving water across the field instead of taking care of a fast and smooth game.
When it was on the course of a violent wind, lots of leaves and branches, they offered us 3 low cost golf ball, fork or coffee cup for compensation, instead of lower green fee (102EUR) ?!
I played three times in the Costa Adeje. I was very fortunate that I was not waiting in any case. Greens are fast, demanding but hard. I practically did not make a pitch mark. The golf course eventually becomes boring.
For me, the Buenavista golf course is better, more dynamic, with more challenges. Greens are also fast but "grab" the ball. The surrounding area is not so populated, it is greener, and the view of the sea is fascinating. I recommend the Buenavista course, but be careful what you eat there.
Very nice golf course with challenging greens
4.0 of 5 starsReviewed December 28, 2019
Definitely worth a visit. Very nicely laid out, gently undulating, difficult little greens, some with breathtaking views of the Atlantic. Very nice clubhouse and very friendly and courteous staff. 12/28/2019
Five years ago, the golf game in Adeje was definitely worth five stars. It is now felt that construction is in progress on every second track. The associated noise scares away the game. The beautiful views and good greenkeeping give three stars.
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