Real Club de Golf El Prat
Plans de Bonvilar, 17, Terrassa (Barcelona).
One of the most renowned clubs in Spain, Real Club de Golf El Prat’s origins date to 1912, the year when the Count of Churruca founded Barcelona Golf Club, which subsequently became known as Pedralbes Golf Club. Years later, King Alonso XIII visited and granted the club its “Real” (“Royal”) distinction.
It was the first golf club in Barcelona but, as the city grew and expanded, it was forced to move to a new location in 1954, between El Prat de Llobregat and the sea, near Barcelona airport – and was renamed Real Club de Golf El Prat.
Over the years, Real Club de Golf El Prat has had the honour of being the venue for more than 250 national and international championships, including European Tour events. Players of the calibre of Sergio García, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, José María Olazábal, Tommy Fleetwood and James Morrison have competed in events at the club, delighting both members and visitors from all corners of the globe.
In addition, the club has been a talent pool for regular members of national teams and active professionals on various national and European tours, including Pablo Larrazábal, Carlos Pigem, Eduardo de la Riva, Mireia Prat and Adrià Arnous, among many others.