Spanish golfer, José María Olazábal, was the winner of the first Tenerife Open in 1989, which was held at Golf del Sur. One year later, the Argentine Vicente Fernández was victorious when the Tenerife Open was held at Amarilla Golf.
The Tenerife Open then returned to the Island in 1992 and 1994, once again at Golf del Sur, although at the time it was known as the Turespaña Tenerife Open. In 1992, Spain's international golfer José María Olazábal achieved yet another famous victory. In 1994, the prize went to England's David Gilford.
The event takes place Apr 15 - 18 and has a prize fund of EUR 1,500,000.
South Africa's Dean Burmester secured his second European Tour victory and first worldwide title since 2017 with a five-shot win at the Tenerife Open, posting a bogey-free 62 on the final day to end the week on 25 under.