Chapelco Golf Resort, Patagonia

Hole 12, Par 4

Chapelco Golf Resort, Patagonia

Hole 5, Par 3

Chapelco Golf Resort, Patagonia

Hole 17, Par 4

Chapelco Golf Resort, Patagonia

Hole 10, Par 5

Chapelco Golf Resort, Patagonia

Hole 11, Par 3

Chapelco Golf Resort, Patagonia

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Chapelco Golf Resort, Patagonia

Hole 1, Par 4

Chapelco Golf Resort, Patagonia

Hole 3, Par 5

Program of Contents 

1- Diagnosis and Programming (Driving Range) 

Training programs are specifically developed for each player. 

The first stage consists of an evaluation that implies: the diagnosis of physical problems, mental structure in relation to the game, proposal and setting of goals, present state of the technical, mental and physical problems and common mistakes and trends. 

Based on this information, the training for each pupil is planned according to his / her particular skills, which will be developed throughout the days.


 2- Theoretic Lesson (Driving Range)

In this stage, pupils will receive an intense session developing swing fundamentals and its biomechanical principles.

By the end of the lesson, each pupil will have a personalized card with the technical corrections made by the professional, plus a set of specific exercises to correct these flaws.  


  • Swing Theory: general and specific principles. 
  • Purpose, Naturalness and Intent.
  • Dynamics
  • Static component: Grip, Stance and Alignment.
  • Dynamic component: Backswing, Top Swing, Downswing, Follow Trough, Finish.


  • • Putter: Grip, Stance and Alignment. Reading of Greens (slopes, speed, distance feeling and attitude).
  • • Bunker: Stance. Different Visions. “Fried Egg”, unconventional stances, quick fixes, attitude.
  • • Approach: Yards count. Distance Feeling. Sand, Lob and Run-up.


 3- Practical Lesson (Golf Course)

The game is defined in the course. It is really important to acquire the necessary technique needed

to stroke consistently and minimize the score. But attitude, “knowing how to play”, is what differentiates the average golfer from the outstanding golfer. This is second part of this intensive training. 


By having a good technique and consistent strokes, half of the work done is done. The second half is: “Learning how to PLAY Golf, how to achieve the lowest score possible, with the elements I have…”


Training in the Golf Course

  • Warm up: physical warming up routines, in order to avoid injury and achieve an optimum availability of
  • Putting green Round: understanding the Greens of the course where we play and acquiring the ideal stroke feeling needed.
  • Tactics & Strategy, for each hole and each circuit: handicap management, selection of the best stroke possible, conservative game, risky game, advantages and disadvantages. 
  • Viewing Shots: mental representation, yards count, measurement of wind and rain influence, ball seat, different problems, club selection, and flag position.
  • Pre-stroke Routine: duration, plan, organization, mental attitude, chain of thoughts.
  • Rules: Interpretation and application of General and Local Rules.


4 - Final Tips

Once the golfing activity is finished, professionals and pupils will make an analysis about everything they have learnt. Pupils will receive tips for future training, emphasizing those areas where they should improve with practice.





 Day 1: Monday.

  • Theory at the Driving Range
  • Three hours at noon working with the professional in charge.
  • Diagnosis. Theoretical class: SWING – General issues. Dynamics.
  • Afternoon: free for practice.

Day 2: Tuesday. 

  • Theory at the Driving Range
  • Short game in the morning (Putter, Approach and Bunker).
  • Lunch at the Driving Range (food is not included).
  • Afternoon: free for practice

Day 3: Wednesday. 

  • Practice on the Golf Course – Ranelagh GC
  • Early pick-up at the hotel. Transfer to the golf course.
  • 18 holes with the supervising professional.
  • Transfer back to the hotel.

 Day 4: Thursday. 

  • Practice on the golf course – San Eliseo GC
  • Early pick-up at the hotel. Transfer to the golf course.
  • 18 holes with the supervising professional.
  • Closure and final tips.
  • Transfer back to the hotel.

Day 5: Friday

  • Day off.
  • Golf or other activities.




Son of Carlos Alberto Alvarez (member of the Rules Committee of the Argentine Golf Association and graduate at “Royal & Ancient, Saint Andrews”).

Member of Ranelagh Golf Club, he has an excellent relationship with his club friend Robert de Vicenzo, whose lifetime advice was crucial for his career.

A constant learner, he is permanently searching for excellence in the game and in the technique.

Entrepreneur by nature, he is continuously generating ideas and achieving goals. His interests outside golf extend to the business and public relations fields.

He is a golf promise in the highest level; his achievements as a young golfer confirm this.

Golfing Activities

As a professional he devotes to the teaching activity.

He is in charge of the Direction of the Minors’ School of the “Saint Thomas” Country Club.

Together with his partner – Guillermo García Llano – he constitutes one of the few existing teams in Argentina devoted to the technical and philosophical investigation of the swing.

They have a “Swing Laboratory” in the Driving Range of Costa Salguero, Buenos Aires, equipped with high-speed digital cameras and Software for swing analysis.

They wrote a book about the golf swing, based on an original and unique personal theory.

Background as Amateur Golfer

  • Amateur from 1986 to 2001
  • He withdrew from the amateur circuit with a +1 handicap.
  • 1994 – When he was 16 years old, he set the Amateur Record of the “Roberto de Vicenzo” Course in the Ranelagh Golf Club with 64 shots, 8 under par – a record still unbeaten. 
  • 1996 – Argentine Amateurs’ Champion (the youngest champion in history, 17 years old, until the year 2005)
  • 1999 & 2000 – Province of Buenos Aires Open.
  • 2000 & 2001 – Ranelagh Golf Club Championship.
  • 2001 – Mar del Plata Gold Cup.
  • 1996 – 16th position representing Argentina at the World Junior Team Championship, Japan. 
  • 1997 – 7th position at the World Junior Team Championship, Dominican Republic.
  • 2001 – 1st position at the Urioste Cup, Uruguay

Professional Golf Player

Since 2001, he has devoted his time to teaching and deeply investigating every element of the sport: Technique, Strategy, Biomechanics, Mental Attitude, Physical Preparation, etc. He occasionally participates on national and international competitions.


Services Included

  • 6 hours of class at the en Driving Range (two days, three hours per day).
  • 12 hours of class at the golf course (two days, six hours per day).
  • One PRO teacher per three players (at the driving range and at the golf course).
  • Unlimited golf balls at the driving range during the class. 
  • Transfers In-Out Hotel-Golf Course (with specialized guide).
  • 2 Green Fees (in both classes given on courses: Ranelagh GC and San Eliseo GC).
  • Pull-carts at Ranelagh GC and San Eliseo GC.

The program does NOT include

  • Transfers In-Out Airport-Hotel. 
  • Nights at the hotel
  • Lunch and dinner.
  • Activities for the “day off”: Friday.