The Club de Golf La Dehesa, which was opened in 1992, is situated in the foothills of the Sierra de Guadarrama, 28 kilometres from the centre of Madrid. It has an 18-hole 72-par course, which spreads out over 6,037 metres (yellow tees). It was designed by Manuel Piñero, an acknowledged professional golfer, who during the project had two things in mind: that it should be competitive and that it should respect our ecosystem. As a result, it now boasts a large amount of greenery including artificial shrubs, poplars, holm oaks and olive and pine trees, which were planted during its construction. Today, it advocates sustainable development.
The course, which distinguishes itself for its vast greens and the shape of its bunkers, can be divided into two areas. The first, which runs parallel to a river, combines all the elements a golfer could wish for during a game: beautiful surroundings, peace and quiet and good quality. The second, considered more technical, has a higher degree of difficulty but is still open to all players. The centre also boasts 2 hard tennis courts, 6 padel (sport similar to platform tennis) courts with artificial grass, 2 squash courts, a grass football pitch and a gym (weights and cardiovascular machines).