Fuerteventura Golf Club is the first 18 hole golf course in Fuerteventura in the Canaries, venue of the Spain Open tournament which was held in 2004.
It is one of the most outstanding in the Canray islands, designed by the renowned Juan Catarineu.
This unique 18 hole course in the Canaries, Fuerteventura, known as the quiet island, offers an exceptional practice area, driving range with more than 50 positions, 800 m2 putting green, green approach, bunker and Pro Shop store.
Holes 1 to 10 begin facing the ocean only to return to the same starting point. The course runs next to three lakes connected to a small channel. The fairways, tees and the rough are very well kept and its 67 bunkers, of little depth, integrate in the design of the course with fairways of up to 50 m in width and spacious greens with an average size of more than 614 m2.