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Royal Golf Club of Seville

Listed under Golf in Seville, Spain.

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Also known as the Real Club de Golf Sevilla, this course was recently voted 3rd best in Spain. The southern Spanish countryside provides a flat layout to which the owner has added 10,000 trees, mostly native, and many lakes to add a third dimension to the course. The lakes also help lower the temperature of the course, which can get extremely hot in the summer, and add a strategically placed challenge to certain holes, as do tricky bunkers. Considered quite a challenging course.

Written by  Melissa Rubin.

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definetely a place ofr golfers. Here some more information regarding this lake.

A challenging course with wide fairways and undulating greens, very well protected by 90 bunkers and 9 lakes with a total area of more than 3 hectares.

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Opened in: 1991

Designer: Jose María Olazábal

Setting: Residential area

Number of holes: 18

Par for the course: 72

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