The Region of Madrid receives an increasing number of tourists who visit us and take advantage of their trip to play golf. If you like it or you are thinking of getting started in this sport, below you will find the different possibilities in the region depending on tastes and levels, where you can improve your 'swing'.
Golf, considered by many as an elitist sport, has an increasing number of followers, motivated by the feeling of relaxation and tranquillity that suggests a day walking between the different holes of the golf course.
Currently our in region this sport is the third in number of federated and concentrates 30% at national level, it is not surprising that there are more than thirty clubs with golf course, with different levels of demand.
In the heart of the capital, is located the Centro Nacional de Golf, a club open to all in which you will find 18 holes of competition, but where you can also perfect your style thanks to its school. Very close to Madrid is the Club de Campo Villa de Madrid which, inaugurated in 1931, is one of the clubs with the most history.
In some cases, in order to access the club, it is necessary to become a member, as is the case of the Sociedad Hípica Española Club de Campo (RSHECC), the Club de Golf Retamares, or the Club de Campo Villa de Madrid among others.
One of the best courses in Europe, is Golf Santander, located in the town of Boadilla del Monte, has been designed by Rees Jones and hosts in its facilities the Jim Mc Lean golf school, considered the number one in the world.
Other options are Golf Park Madrid, where you can also practice other sports, but above all improve your technique with the irons, the Complejo Deportivo RACE, the Club de Golf Lomas Bosque or the Robledal Golf. In this link you will find the rest of courses in the region.
The practice of this sport is recommended to combat stress, do you want to join us?
La práctica de este deporte está recomendada para combatir el estrés, ¿te apuntas?
More info: Asociación de Campos de Golf de Madrid
Brochure Golf in Madrid
Image credits: Club de Campo de Madrid ©Czuko Williams – Comunidad de Madrid