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Iguassu Falls

Paraná, Brazil
Paraná, Brazil
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  • AddressAv. das Cataratas, 6845 - Foz do Iguaçu, PR, 85853-000, Brazil

Iguassu Falls Golf Club lies in the rainforest between the spectacular Iguaçu Falls and the city of Foz do Iguaçu in the extreme west of Paraná, close to the Three Borders Landmark marking the point at which the national boundaries of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay converge.

The course is one of several sporting amenities within a 5-star resort that reopened in 2015 – architect Eric Larsen told us “it is basically a new course with several new holes and the remaining drastically modified” – and the layout is characterized by wide fairways and relatively small greens, placing a premium on good approach play.

Highlight holes include the par four 3rd (incorporating a split fairway), the downhill par three 7th, the par five 8th (where the fairway narrows markedly towards the green), the short par four 17th (doglegging uphill from the tee) and the short par five closing hole, which offers a good chance of ending the round with a birdie.

Managing Director Miguel Palhota kindly supplied us with the following:

In 2011 the Iguassu Resort was purchased by a wealthy Brazilian businessman to position the complex as one of the best in the country. When he bought the hotel, it had 80 rooms but currently it has more than 200.

The golf course was initially designed by a Japanese architect but the new owner decided to hire Erik Larsen, formerly with Arnold Palmer Design, in order to develop the real estate element of the project.

Due to the fact that the course is located very close to both Argentina and Paraguay, many golfers from those two countries participate in golf events organized by the club.

Iguassu Falls Golf Club lies in the rainforest between the spectacular Iguaçu Falls and the city of Foz do Iguaçu in the extreme west of Paraná, close to the Three Borders Landmark marking the point at which the national boundaries of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay converge.

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