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General Info
Region: BA

Location: Del Viso
Closest City: Buenos Aires
Distance: 45 Km | 50 min
Course type:

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Average rating: 7.86

Course Quality: 9
Condition: 9
Practice Facilities: 6
Club House: 9
ProShop: 7
Accesibility: 6
Overall value: 9

The Expert's opinion

One of the best 10 parklands in Argentina.
Very hard to score.
A place that MUST be visited.

Additional information

Named “Golf Club Argentino” for being the first golf club in the country created by argentine natives, this club of more than one hundred years of history counts with a beautiful course, in the city of “Del Viso” 45 kilometers from downtown. Their original course was located just in the heart of Buenos Aires city, and when the local government bought the Railways Companies to the British, they expropriate the course from the club. That was in the fifties, when the members bought these big lands out of the city, and created what nowadays is one of the most ancient and traditional Country Clubs of Buenos Aires, the “Argentino Golf & CC”. The course is a very beautiful 18 holes par 72 and 6,707 yards long. This British parkland, of small tricky greens is always presented in great shape from tee to green. Excellent grass on the greens provides speed. Strategic doglegs, water hazards, and very good located bunkers, will demand a lot of strategy to assure a good score, while enjoying the sights of this magnificent park of old big trees.



The Good & The Bad

Great Parkland
Fast Greens
N/A on weekends
Not direct access

Signature Hole

17th - Par 3 - 195 yards
When the 17th is par 3, you need to be carefull. Moreover if you are hitting with a long iron, and need to carry 160 yards over the water into a crossed elevated green protected by a bunker on the left downside. Welcome to the 17th! Hard to birdie, easy to go over par...

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