Golf del Sur opened in 1987 with a professional tournament that marked the beginning of an important history of sporting events. Its design highlights all the nature reserves that surround its 18 holes between ravines and highlights the attractive native flora dominated by cacti, palm trees and other colourful species.
The LINKS course is a little more technical due to the shape of the greens and the water hazards. Almost all the holes require a very precise shot, which is tempered by the view of the sea and the feeling of freshness that you can breathe on the tees.
The course is known for its difficult holes 3 (par 5) and 4 (par 4) on the northern part of the course. Its wide paths are flanked by an impressive ravine of coloured rocks where spectacular indigenous cacti grow with views of Mount Teide.