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 2008, 2010 and 2012 it hosted the Spanish Open and in 2009 it hosted the Andalusian Open.
It is a very extensive course characterised by wide fairways sown with Bermuda 419 and undulating Penncross greens very well protected by 90 bunkers and 9 lakes with a total area of more than three hectares. The course has an area of 61 hectares with more than 10,000 trees, making it a pleasant yet demanding course.