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 layout of Pineda Golf is practically flat, with a slight slope towards the River Guadaíra. Its fairways are wide and separated by abundant vegetation, in which pines and palms predominate. The greens are small, flat and difficult to access. One of the most difficult holes on the course, which had nine holes until a few years ago, is hole 1, a par 4 with a dog-leg to the right.