Argentina

Argentina is synonymous with soccer or specifically Diego Maradona who seemingly single-handedly removed England from more than one World Cup campaign. But Argentina is one Latin American country where Europeans and even the English will feel at ease. Corned beef, the sultry tango, Buenos Aires and, naturally, football come to mind when thinking of Argentina.

The British brought golf to Argentina at the end of the 19th century and laid out rudimentary courses around San Martin. By the time Lomas Golf Club was founded in 1892, many Argentines had already adopted the new sport. Asociación Argentina de Golf was founded in 1926 and there are currently 243 registered golf courses, which include 27 par three courses. The AAG manages the handicaps of some 43,494 affiliated players throughout Argentina and there are more than 30 official golf competitions.

Our Argentinean Top 30 rankings were last updated in February 2016. Click the link to read the story.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Argentina

Olivos (Blanca & Colorada)

1st Argentina Ranking

Olivos is one of the more traditional and recognised golf clubs in Argentina and the Blanca & Colorada nines comprise of the premier eighteen at this 27-hole facility.

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Buenos Aires (Green & Yellow)

2nd Argentina Ranking

The 27 holes at Buenos Aires Golf Club opened for play in 1994 and the renowned architect Robert Von Hagge designed each loop.

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Potrerillo De Larreta

3rd Argentina Ranking

El Potrerillo de Larreta Resort and Country Club is located in Alta Gracia, in the province of Cordoba and the golf course is set in a valley surrounded by hills where the topography is dramatic.

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Chapelco

4th Argentina Ranking

The Chapelco Golf Resort was the first course in South America designed by the Jack Nicklaus II group.

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Jockey Club (Red)

5th Argentina Ranking

The Jockey Club at Buenos Aires is located at San Isidro and it’s an exclusive club that attracts the capital’s best-heeled golfers...

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Mar del Plata (Playa Grande)

6th Argentina Ranking

The course at Mar del Plata Golf Club is known as "the golf cathedral" - with sand dunes more at home on Scottish links courses.

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El Desafío

7th Argentina Ranking

Designed by Greg Norman, El Desafío (The Challenge) opened its first nine holes for play in 2015 as part of a private resort featuring golf and polo, as well as other equestrian sports, a nature reserve with trails, private residences and golf.

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Pueblo Estancia La Paz

8th Argentina Ranking

Located in the ancient foothills of the Sierras Chicas to the north of Cordoba, Pueblo Estancia La Paz is a lifestyle and residential property that extends to more than 500 hectares.

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Córdoba

9th Argentina Ranking

Corboda is home to two great golfers: "El Pato" Cabrera and "El Gato" Romero and their excellent American-style course has been transformed over the last 15 years.

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Pilará

10th Argentina Ranking

Located approximately 40 kilometres to the northwest of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, the golf course at Pilará is the first Jack Nicklaus signature design in the country.

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