Named “Golf Club Argentino” for being the first golf club in the country created by argentine natives, it has more than one hundred years of history. This British parkland, of small tricky greens is always presented in great shape from tee to green. Excellent grass on the greens provides speed. Strategic doglegs, water hazards, and very good located bunkers, will demand a lot of strategy to assure a good score, while enjoying the sights of this magnificent park of old big trees.
The 17th hole, a 195 yards par 3, where you need to be carefull. Moreover if you are hitting with a long iron, and need to carry 160 yards over the water into a crossed elevated green protected by a bunker on the left downside. Welcome to the 17th! Hard to birdie, easy to go over par.
Wegolf Insider Tip
One of the best 10 parklands in Argentina. Very hard to score. A place that MUST be visited.