Buenos Aires Golf Club

Buenos Aires Golf Club

Golf Club Introduction

The Buenos Aires Golf Club opened in 1994. Just one year later, in 1995, the club hosted the Argentine Open and the South American Amateur Championship. In 2000 this course also hosted the EMC Golf World Cup, when the Americans Tiger Woods and David Duval defeated in the last round theargentine team (Eduardo Romero and Angel Cabrera).

The Buenos Aires Golf Club was designed by Robert Von Hagge and is said to be the best course in the country. This 7000 yards, par 72 course is full of water and bunkers with excellent greens and marvelous maintenance.


The club has three different 9 holes courses: Green, Blue and Yellow. All of them interesting and challenging designs. In 2005 Golf Digest Magazine ranked Buenos Aires Golf Club among the top 100 courses around the world.


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Location: Bella Vista
Nearest City: Buenos Aires
Distance: 54 Km / 45 Mins

Open every day except Mondays
Established 1990
Holes 27
Par 72
Yards 6860
Type Links
Carts YES
Caddies YES
Trolleys NO
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