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El Terrón

Mendiolaza, Córdoba
ArchitectBadgeTom Weiskopf
Mendiolaza, Córdoba
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Situated a mere 15-minute drive from Córdoba airport, the 18-hole layout at El Terrón Golf Club is a Tom Weiskopf design that first opened for play at the end of 2019. The architect has worked all over the world on many golf developments but this is his first project in South America.

In addition to the main course, the members have the use of a driving range and 3-hole practice facility, with the golf complex anchored by an imposing clubhouse designed (rather loosely) in the style of a “Scottish castle” by the architect Adolfo Martínez Carranza.

On opening the facility, Manuel Tagle, El Terrón president, said: “Our purpose is to achieve a synergy between La Paz (Ascochinga), Córdoba Golf Club (Villa Allende) and Potrerillo de Larreta (Alta Gracia) for the development of tourist golf, which will create jobs and encourage economic development.”

Routed around a 370-acre housing development which is described as an “urbanized ranch subdivided for residential purposes,” the fairways at El Terrón are arranged in two distinct returning loops of nine across a rolling landscape.

Highlight holes include short par fours at the 8th (featuring the rather unconventional double hazard of a centennial carob tree positioned in front of an Oakmont-esque “Church Pews” bunker) and the downhill, slightly right doglegging 14th, where cross bunkers defend par and out of bounds lurks close to the right side of the green.

Situated a mere 15-minute drive from Córdoba airport, the 18-hole layout at El Terrón Golf Club is a Tom Weiskopf design that first opened for play at the end of 2019. The architect has worked all over the world on many golf developments but this is his first project in South America.

In addition to the main course, the members have the use of a driving range and 3-hole practice facility, with the golf complex anchored by an imposing clubhouse designed (rather loosely) in the style of a “Scottish castle” by the architect Adolfo Martínez Carranza.

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Within two years of his last win on the PGA Tour in 1982, Tom Weiskopf had teamed up with architect Jay Morrish to establish what turned out to be a very successful design partnership.

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