Tecina Golf, host of the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera. Photo Credit: Sir Old Golfer Photography. 
11th July 2023 | Alps Tour Golf

The players head back to the Canary Islands for the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera.

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Tecina Golf
La Gomera, Islas Canarias (Spain)
13th– 15th July 2023

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The players head back to the Canary Islands for the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera.

La Gomera, July 11th 2023- The Alps Tour players head back to the Canary Islands for the 2nd time this season as they will compete in the 2023 Fred. Olsen Alps De La Gomera. The tournament will be played at the fascinating Tecina Golf from July 13th-15th. On July 12th from 10 am, approximately 20 teams will participate in the traditional best ball aggregate to par pro-am.

This will be the 4th edition of the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera after its previous three editions which were hosted in 2018, 2019 and 2022. As we are head towards the final stretch of the season, players are competing for important Order of Merits points.

Tecina Golf has been the stage where great talents have developed who today are considered some of the best players in the world. La Gomera has been a European destination for professional golf for the past 12 years, including hosting a Challenge Tour event for 8 consecutive years.

Last year’s title was captured by Netherland’s Vince Van Veen with a total score of 15 under-par.

The Field

Seven of this season past winners will attend the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps de la Gomera: England’s Jack Floydd winner of the first tournament of the season the 2023 Ein Bay Open, Spain’s Quim Vidal winner of the 2023 Red Sea Little Venice Open, Ireland’s Ronan Mullarney winner of the 2023 Gösser Open, Italy’s Luca Cianchetti winner of the inaugural 2023 Croara Alps Open, Spain’s Jose Manuel Pardo Benitez winner of the 2023 Alps de Andalucía, Netherland’s Lars Keunen winner of the 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open and our most recent winner at the 2023 Aravell Golf Open by Creand, Italy’s Manfredi Manica.

Current Order of Merit leader Netherland’s Kiet Van der Weele who captured 3 wins this season: the 2023 Alps de Las Castillas, the 2023 Memorial Giorgio Bordoni presented by AON and the 2023 Open de La Mirabelle d’Or will not be competing as he earned himself a Challenge Tour card for the remainder of this season as well as the 2024 season.

On the other hand, Ireland’s Ronan Mullarney who won the 2023 Gösser Open and second in the rank as well as England’s Jack Floydd who is currently third in the rank and winner of the season opener in Egypt will be in the field to try and secure their Challenge Tour status for next year. Alongside them all the remaining players in the top 10 of the current standings will be competing in the Canary Islands.

The 102 players estimated to compete this week, will contend a prize fund of € 40.000 and 45,000 Order of Merit points. The winner will earn €5,800 and 6,525 Order of Merit points. There are 16 nations represented among the players which will compete for the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera title.

As there aren’t many events remaining in the 2023 season, the players are eagerly competing to earn a spot in the top 5 Order of Merit rank which at the end of the season, will give them access to the 2024 Challenge Tour.

The 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera will be played as a 54 holes stroke play and a cut will be made after 36 holes to the top 40 players and ties.

To view the most up-to-date entry list, click here.

The Course

Tecina Golf will be played as a 6343 meters par 71 course. The golf course was designed by British architect Donald Steel, and is located on the hill of Lomada de Tecina specifically on the Canary Island of La Gomera, which was declared a World Biosphere Reserve in 2012.

It’s a demanding course made up of 18 holes course, which overlook the Atlantic Ocean and all 18 holes are played facing the ocean, surrounded by a lush sample of Canary flora. It is set in the middle of a native Canary Islands vegetation such as banana and mango fruit trees succumbing to an unbelievable scenery. To reach the 1st tee, the players will need to climb up the hill and the course is played downhill from there.


Tecina Golf and Hotel Jardín Tecina, host hotel of the tournament, are committed to sustainability and environmental preservation, which implies a harmonious integration between the golf course, the hotel and the surrounding plant and animal life.

In terms of waste management, the use of plastic has been eliminated as much as possible and digital processes have been adopted to reduce paper consumption. In addition, Tecina Golf has a wastewater treatment plant to ensure adequate and respectful treatment of the water used on the golf course. Hotel Jardín Tecina and Tecina Golf have managed to combine luxury and quality with a solid and respectful approach to the ecosystem, with minimal impact on the environment and local culture.

Tournament Promoter and Sponsors

The 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera is promoted and organized by JGolf.

The 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera can count on the support of the Fred.Olsen S.A., the Federación Canaria de Golf, the Real Federación Española de Golf, the Gobierno de Canarias, Promotur Turismo de Canarias, the Cabildo Insular de la GomeraKyocera and Nextcaddy.

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