Itanhangá Golf Club sits in a beautiful valley where the tight, tree-lined fairways have been intuitively routed around ponds and streams to make maximum use of a relatively small tract of land.
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.
Quinta da Baroneza Golfe Club is set within an exclusive private property estate, with fairways laid out over a surprisingly undulating landscape.
Ted Robinson routed the La Iguana course at Los Suenos Resort through a tropical rainforest where monkeys and parrots will accompany you as you play along the exotic fairways.
Los Inkas features pre-Inca ruins on the course but they are not the only unusual items to be found on and around the fairways.
The Yacht and Golf Club Paraguay could easily be called the Sports Club Paraguay due to the numerous sporting activities held within the club’s estate just south of the capital, Asunción.
Opening in 2000, Carmelo has gained the reputation as one of the very best golf courses in South America, drawing many golfers to play here from all over the continent.
The golf course at Caracas Country Club measures just over 6,600 yards (playing to a par of 71) and it features a trio of strong three-shotters...
The crater-shaped Lake Ilopango provides a lovely backdrop to the tropical golf course at Club Salvadoreno in Corinto, which is carved through dense jungle, providing a remarkably entertaining and challenging round of golf.
With lush fairways, true greens and many trees, including olive and eucalyptus, Quito Golf Club is certainly a golf course well worth playing if you have included Ecuador on your golfing itinerary.