Originally named the Buenos Aires Golf Club, San Andrés now carries the most famous course name in the world - St Andrews.
Nordelta Golf Club, the course that Jack built, opened for play in 2007 and is one of Argentina’s most challenging layouts.
Martindale Country Club is one of Argentina's more modern courses. It blends an American design with a traditional English style, carved through dramatic cypress, cedar, oak and pine trees.
Cañuelas Golf Club was founded in 2014 and it’s the latest golf release in Buenos Aires, established by a wealthy family with business in the food industry...
Valle del Golf was established in 2012 and it's a modern Nicklaus Design that’s laid out over a naturally rolling piece of land in the middle of the Cordoba Sierras.
With colourful woodland, numerous tee boxes and large, fast greens that provide varying pin positions, Golf Club Argentino can be a relatively easy proposition or a stern, complicated layout.
Opened for play in 2011, the residential course at Los Canales de Plottier is a new Patagonian golfing addition from the Nicklaus Design stable.
The Juan Dentone-designed course at San Isidro Golf Club first opened in 1928 but Ron Fream updated it in 1981 adding water to the design.
The Hurlingham Club was founded in 1888 but golf didn’t arrive here until 1892, when a rudimentary 9-hole course opened for play. George Gadd and Arthur Havers expanded the course to 18 holes in 1922.
The Blue is undeniably the understudy to the Jockey Club’s Red course but the Blue’s back nine is considered to be better than the Red’s front nine.