San Isidro Golf Club was founded in 1911, but the course in play today is a Juan Dentone design from 1928 that was updated by Ron Fream in 1981, which included the addition of several water hazards at the north eastern section of the property.
One of the oldest golf clubs in the Buenos Aires area, the San Isidro course measures a challenging 6,644 yards and has been in important tournament limelight for many years, having hosted the Argentine Open, Argentine PGA Championship and Argentine Amateur Championship. After winning the 1941 Argentine Open at San Isidro, Jimmy Demaret said, “it is the course where trees are best placed for good players”.
Although the original course routing has changed over time, there is a comfortable balance between the front and back nines. The stretch of holes from 13 to 17 is particularly challenging, especially if you are tempted to take on the lagoon with your approach shot to the short par five 14th.San Isidro is a highly respected golf club with membership buoyed by fast and easy access to and from Buenos Aires City.