Designed and built by American Golf Course Design, the 18-hole course at Estancias Golf Club measures 7,000 yards from the back tees and features eleven lakes forcing golfers to think carefully about accuracy.
La Cumbre Golf Club (The Summit) was founded in 1924. As its name suggests the course is perched at altitude within the Sierras de Córdoba mountain range. The 66-yard par three 12th, with its tricky pulpit greensite, is where Roberto De Vicenzo carded a 12 during a tournament.
The course at Llao Llao Golf Resort hosted the Argentinean PGA match Play in 1999, 2000 and 2001. Holes 10 and 14 feature Nahuel Huapi Lake which provides a unique golfing landscape.
The course at Sierra de la Ventana Golf Club dates back to 1936 when professional Don Pedro Churio laid out nine holes. Fifteen years later, Luther Koontz, an engineer and Alister MacKenzie disciple, added a second nine and it’s this 6,672-yard layout that’s in play today.
The seaside resort of Costa Esmeralda is located on the Atlantic shore two hundred kilometres to the southeast of downtown Buenos Aires. The new millennium resort course at Costa Esmeralda Golf & Links is a coastal layout which stretches beyond 7,000 yards from the tips.
The Argentine golfing maestro Roberto De Vicenzo was involved in the course design here at San Eliseo Golf & Country Club. Measuring 7,051 yards from the tips, it’s a challenging layout built to USGA specifications.
The parkland course at Lomas Athletic Club is the oldest layout in South America still playing along its original fairways. Established in 1891, this traditional club has hosted the Argentine Open many times (most recently in 1975) and is characterised by stately trees, small greens and fast surfaces.
The 7,100-yard course at Alta Gracia Golf Club is located to the southwest of Córdoba and it’s a 2008 Frankie Bunge creation. The front nine holes are set within the Alta Gracia Country Golf residential community and the northernmost back nine snakes in an out-and-back fashion across more open countryside.
Despite being set at more than 2,000 feet above sea level, the golf course at Club De Campo Mendoza plays on a level ground with wide, often doglegged fairways and several lakes.
Tortugas (founded in 1930) is the oldest country club in South America and an icon in the polo world. A 9-hole golf course opened in 1932 and was expanded to 18 holes in 1959. Today, the parkland course measures 6,448 yards from the tips.