Real Club de Golf Pineda upholds a member-only policy, allowing visitors to play when accompanied by a member. The course was skillfully designed by Rodrigo y Felipe Medina Benjumea and Luis Recansens. Situated approximately three kilometres from Seville, Pineda holds historical significance as the province's first golf club, established in 1939. Interestingly, it remained the sole club until 1991 when the Real Club de Golf de Sevilla emerged. Pineda's terrain is predominantly flat, gradually sloping towards the Guadiana River. The generously wide fairways are adorned with lush vegetation and trees, including palm and pine varieties. The greens, though relatively small in size, pose a challenge due to strategically placed water hazards, requiring precise access. Notably, the first hole, a par four with a dogleg to the right, is renowned for its difficulty. Overcoming this initial test sets the stage for a pleasurable golfing experience. Recently, Pineda expanded its offering to encompass a full eighteen holes.