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General Info
Region: BA

Location: Tigre
Closest City: Buenos Aires
Distance: 35 kms | 45'
Course type:

Additional information

Born to host the most important local and international golf tournaments in the region, this challenging modern par 72 layout of 7.278 yards counts with all the typical characteristics of a Jack Nicklaus design. Waste hazards, big lagoons and multiple bunkers protecting the landing areas will require accurate shots and patience for achieving a decent score. From the four different tees (black, blue, white & red) golfers from all levels will have the possibility to recognize the strategic defenses of each of the eighteen holes. The modern greens of interesting size have smooth and at the same time “hard to read” movements. Although an ambitious forestation program has already started, the actual small size of the trees will make you feel like playing in a “links” golf course.

Average Rating: 8.71

Course Quality: 8
Condition: 9
Practice Facilities: 10
Club House: 10
ProShop: 9
Accesibility: 7
Overall value: 8

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The Expert's opinion

One of the toughest course in Argentina. Avoid it if your swing is not in good mood.



The Good & The Bad

Very Challenging
Facilities / Service
N/A on weekends
Very Tough/
Lot of water/ Wind

Signature Hole

17th / Par 4 / 349 yards
This fantastic hole is the shortest par 4 in the course.
It is a soft dog leg to the left, with water on the left margin all along the trail.
A very narrow and long green will be waiting with three different platforms.
From the tee you will see a great area of waste hazard that will require 170 of carry to fly it over. On the right side of the landing area is waiting a bunker (AVOID IT!!!). The first shot is quiet easy, as you can use from 5 iron to driver depending on your risk/reward strategy, but for the second you need to be really precise. This half island green is intimidating and so long, that normally if you don’t get it close to the pin, is very easy to make three putts.

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