It's Lanzarote so make sure you understand the context and set your expectations accordingly! There's lots of volcanic rock around and this is all over the course. By "all over" I mean "surrounding each hole" it's not physically ON any of the holes! (Well it is on a couple but I'd think of it more as a hazard than pesky gravel messing up your clubs when you didn't realise it was there which is what I felt a previous reviewer was suggesting.) The grass itself it perfectly fine, the fairways are good, but all the fairways are lined by black gravel. This, I would suggest, is the case at all courses in Lanzarote. So that is the context.
I'm a 7 handicap golfer from the UK and a very keen one at that. If you want a golf holiday then go to Spain. If you want a holiday and fancy a few rounds whilst you're away in Lanzarote then you will be fine here. I played 2 courses both of which I'd recommend: Costa Teguise and Lanzarote Golf.
Lanzarote Golf is a good course well maintained but pretty wide open. You won't lose any balls. The sand in their bunkers is a bit clunky but you can play out of them. Costa Teguise is a cracking golf course most of the holes are tree lined and there's lots of dog legs so you need to think more around this course. The down side to Costa Teguise is the bunkers. There is no sand - just black gravel. So just take a free drop you'd be insane to play out of them. If they put sand in the bunkers it would be a real gem of a course.
19th hole at both courses is very good.
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