Rocío-Gines

Seville enchants

The Real Club Pineda has a strict admission policy, so visitors can only play if they are accompanied by a member of the club. Three kilometers from Seville, the course, designed by Rodrigo and Felipe Medina Benjumea, was inaugurated in 1939. For many years, until 1991, it was the only golf course in the province of Seville.

The course is five minutes from the city centre next to the La Cartuja Stadium and the Alamillo Park. It is part of the La Cartuja Sports Facilities.

It is an executive type course, very comfortable underfoot, where players of any level can enjoy a game. Next to the course there is a practice field with eighty-four positions, two putting-greens and an approach area.

Hato Verde Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 71 course designed by Manuel Piñero. Holes at an accessible distance and moving greens make it a very entertaining course, which allows you to use all your clubs and walk the whole course without much effort. 

28 km from Seville, near the town of Aznalcázar, the Las Minas Golf course is built on land where orange and olive trees provide shade and colour.

The greens, usually raised, are perfectly protected by bunkers. In six of the nine holes of the course, play can be affected by water.
 

The course of the Real Club de Golf de Sevilla is a par 72 with a very balanced layout that allows it to host any top-level competition, either amateur or professional. In April 2004 it hosted the Seville Open, a tournament on the European Tour, and in November of the same year, the WGC-World Golf Cup.

In the region of Aljarafe, 3 km away from Seville, Zaudín Golf Club is another Andalusian course designed by top players. This time the alma mater of the course is Gary Player. The South African designed a parkland style course, in which the most striking features are the orange, olive and palm trees and the strategic placement of beautiful lakes and bunkers.