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Buenos Aires (Green & Yellow)

Bella Vista, Provincia de Buenos Aires
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The 27 holes at Buenos Aires Golf Club opened for play in 1994 and the renowned architect Robert von Hagge designed each loop. Buenos Aires is always considered one of the best courses in South America.

Buenos Aires Golf Club has hosted all the important local and South American events, such as the Los Andes Cup 1994, Argentine Open 1994, 2004 and 2007, Argentine Amateur Championship and National Stroke Play Championship, Argentine Championship of Interclubes and it permanently hosts the Argentine Mid Amateur Championship.It is a course of American design with nine lakes spread across 45 hectares. Each hole at Buenos Aires Golf Club has four sets of tees, suitable for players of all levels (from professionals to the highest handicaps). Besides quality of the design, Buenos Aires is a well-maintained course.

The club was honoured to host the EMC World Cup in 2000, where Tiger Woods and David Duval won the championship. The club also hosted the World Amateur Championship – Eisenhower and Espiritu Santo Trophies – in 2010 together with Olivos Golf Club.

In Volume 2 of The Confidential Guide to Golf Courses by Tom Doak, Ran Morrissett, Masa Nishijima and Darius Oliver, the authors have this to say about the course:

“Buenos Aires is a very exclusive club with an incongruously modern course set uncomfortably beside a busy highway, with huge power lines cutting through. The course has been consistently rated as one of the very best in Argentina due to its difficulty and fast greens… Large water hazards abound, and the excavations were used to create mounds and moguls at the fringes of the holes.”

Words adapted from We Golf Argentina

Esta cancha de 27 hoyos inaugurada en el año 1994, fue diseñada por el famoso y reconocido diseñador de canchas Robert von Hagge, y es considerada una de las mejores de Sudamérica. Es un campo de diseño netamente americano con 9 lagos que ocupan una superficie de 45 hectáreas. Cada uno de los hoyos de esta increíble cancha cuenta con 4 tees de salida para permitir el juego por parte de personas de todos los niveles (desde profesionales hasta los más altos handicaps). Además del diseño americano de este campo hay que destacar la excelente calidad de la pastura, tanto de los greens como de los fairways que están en el primer nivel mundial.

El BAGC ha sido sede de los más importantes eventos a nivel local y sudamericano, como la Copa Los Andes 1994, Abierto de la República 1994, 2004 y 2007, Campeonato Argentino de Aficionados y Nacional por Golpes, Campeonato Argentino de Interclubes de Primera División y es sede permanente del Campeonato Argentino Mid Amateur.

Tuvo el inmenso honor de albergar la Copa del Mundo en el 2000, donde Tigre Woods y David Duval ganaron el Campeonato.

Y se prepara para el gran desafío de albergar el Campeonato Mundial de Aficionados Copas Einsenhower y Espíritu Santo en 2010 junto con el Olivos Golf Club.

The 27 holes at Buenos Aires Golf Club opened for play in 1994 and the renowned architect Robert von Hagge designed each loop. Buenos Aires is always considered one of the best courses in South America.

Buenos Aires Golf Club has hosted all the important local and South American events, such as the Los Andes Cup 1994, Argentine Open 1994, 2004 and 2007, Argentine Amateur Championship and National Stroke Play Championship, Argentine Championship of Interclubes and it permanently hosts the Argentine Mid Amateur Championship.It is a course of American design with nine lakes spread across 45 hectares. Each hole at Buenos Aires Golf Club has four sets of tees, suitable for players of all levels (from professionals to the highest handicaps). Besides quality of the design, Buenos Aires is a well-maintained course.

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Robert von Hagge

Robert von Hagge was literally born and raised on a golf course, working as a caddy, shop boy, maintenance man, assistant superintendent and assistant professional – all before his 17th birthday.

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