Real Club Sevilla Golf boasts one of Europe’s best courses. Designed by Jose Maria Olazabal, this challenging course of wide fairways and numerous bunkers is held in high esteem by amateurs and professionals alike.
This fantastic golf course, rated the 3rd best in all of Spain was the host course of the 2004 World Cup of Golf, the 2008, 2010 & 2012 Spanish Opens and the 2009 Andalucian Open.
The course is a par 72 and measures 6,529 metres. Its highly balanced design makes it an excellent venue for any high-level competition, be it amateur or professional.
The course covers an area of 61 Ha. and boasts over 10,000 trees belonging to many different species, most of them native.
Spectacular bunkers and four lakes covering more than three hectares make it a pleasant and challenging course. The strategically placed lakes surround many holes on the course, lowering the temperature and adding to the course’s charm.
There is also a 120-metre wide, 260-metre long driving range sown with Bermuda 419 – as are the fairways. Next to the practice ground are the large putting and chipping greens, with gradients similar to those found on the course’s greens.
Now available at Real Club Sevilla Golf are the excellent Green Suites which offer luxury hotel rooms just adjacent to this wonderful golf course. Seville, Spain Travel Guide
Stay and Play Packages are available all year round – see below for details!
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Real Club de Seville Course Guide & Info (note that pictures in the gallery immediately above show the course in winter conditions with the blonde Bermuda shown in full effect)
No. 1 – Par 4 358m. An easy hole to begin the round. We will drive off towards the left of the fairway to avoid the two bunkers on the right. We might try for a birdie since the second shot will be with a wedge.
No. 2 – Par 4 409m. This is one of the course’s most difficult holes where we must first hit a long drive so as not to use an excessively long iron on the second shot. The position of the flag is a decisive factor in the hole’s difficulty.
No. 3 – Par 3 155m. The tee is in an elevated position and the green surrounded by water. This is the round’s most difficult par 3 since we will be using a medium iron.
No. 4 – Par 4 393m. A downward-sloping hole that requires a good drive and a very accurate medium iron in order to reach the green, well-protected by 3 bunkers. The green is a pronounced oval with three platforms.
No. 5 – Par 5 465m. An upward sloping, straight hole. The ball must fall between the water to the right and a bunker to the left. This is a recovery par 5 since the green can be reached in two shots.
No. 6 – Par 4 400m. A difficult hole with a left dogleg. The drive’s descent is not easy since the hole is protected by water to the left and two bunkers to the right. It requires a highly accurate iron for the second shot towards a green with two platforms and well-protected by its four bunkers.
No. 7 – Par 3 186m. A slightly upward-sloping hole that requires to be played with a long iron. The entrance to the green is protected by three bunkers.
No. 8 – Par 4 344m. As the second shortest par 4 on the course, this is a relatively easy hole without any great obstacles. The fairway is protected by one bunker to the left and another the left of the drive’s descent. A good shot off the tee turns this into an easy par 4 with a real chance of attacking the flag.
No. 9 – Par 5 495m. The left is out of bounds for the whole of its length. Attempting to reach the hole in two shots is highly risky due to the water protecting the green both to the front and to the right.
No. 10 – Par 4 363m. A right dogleg the drive must be accurate since the fairway is protected by two bunkers to the right and two to the left. The green is protected by water to the right and a bunker at the back.
No. 11 – Par 3 175m. A highly complicated hole with a small green protected by five bunkers. It must be played with a highly accurate medium iron due to the green’s platforms.
No. 12 – Par 4 346m Right dogleg. This hole offers breathing space presenting no great difficulties but the position of the flag must be borne in mind in order to avoid three-putts.
No. 13 – Par 5 472m. An easy par 5, easily reached in two shots but where the out of bounds to the left must be avoided.
No. 14 – Par 4 400m. This is a highly complicated hole, requiring a straight drive between two stands of trees and a highly accurate second shot to the green, well-protected by water both to its front and its left.
No. 15 – Par 4 399m. This hole is long and difficult. It requires a long, accurate drive since the descent of the drive to the left is protected by a lake while to the left are two bunkers. After a good shot, the drive does not present any great problem.
No. 16 – Par 5 478m. With a long, accurate drive, the green can be reached in two shots, if we risk hitting the ball over the water that protects the green’s entrance.
No. 17 – Par 3 187m. This is a difficult par 3 where the slope of the green and the two bunkers at its entrance must be borne well in mind.
No. 18 – Par 4 388m. This is a difficult hole to finish off the round. The drive’s descent is protected by a large lake to the left and two bunkers to the right. The lake bordering the green increases the difficulty of the second shot.
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- Use Alicante/Murcia/Almeria airports for the entire south eastern region of Spain
- Use Girona or Barcelona airports for the north east of Spain including the Costa Brava
- Use Antalya Airport in Turkey for golf holidays in Belek, Turkey
- Use Las Palmas Airport for golf holidays in Gran Canaria
- Use Tenerife South Airport for golf holidays in Tenerife, unless you can source any flights to Tenerife North for Melia Hacienda del Conde and other resorts in the north of the island.
- Use Tenerife South Airport for golf holidays in la Gomera and use the excellent Fred Olsen ferry service from Los Cristianos to San Sebastian port in La Gomera
Real Club Sevilla Golf’s fantastic practice facilities are shown above.
Reduced green fees available from only £63pp
More Special Offers always available
Note that Mon & Weds are lower priced than other weekdays during March, April, May, June & September
Green fees at Real Club de Seville include pull-trolleys & Stroke Savers
On-site Stay & Play Deals now available at Real Club Sevilla using the excellent new Green Suites Hotel which is immediately adjacent (walking distance) to the golf course.
- 1 night B&B with 1 round of golf
- 3 nights B&B with 2 rounds of golf
- 4 nights B&B with 3 rounds of golf
- 7 nights B&B with 5 rounds of golf
Bespoke Hotel & Golf Packages from only £105pp including daily green fee now available at the excellent Hotel Inglaterra and Real Club de Seville – please ask for a quote.
Please note that Real Club de Seville undertakes a stringent maintenance schedule each year to keep the course in tip-top conditions. Winter overseeding takes place in the first 2 weeks of October and therefore the fairways can be grown longer than usual. This is followed by a 1 week course closure to allow the green keepers to recover the course again to its best standards. In addition the greens are hollowtined for a 3 day period in mid April and late September, with the tees and fairways hollowtined in late June.
Real Club Sevilla Golf (Seville)
- Exclusive members club
- 15 minutes from Seville City
- Walkable course
- Golf Travel People Favourite
- Great to package as a City Break