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Jockey Club

Location: San Isidro, Pcia de Bs. As.
Distance: 60Km
Par: 72
Yards: 6668

Many call it the "jewel of the architecture", designed by Allister Mackenzie, also co-designer with Bobby Jones of the Augusta National Golf Club. Only 25 minutes away from the City of Buenos Aires, The Jockey Club is characterized for its large greens in the shape of inverted dishes and protected by large lateral bunkers. It possesses a great variety of trees, mostly pines, what does not impede that in some holes this layout can be wide open. It's similarity in some holes to courses as St. Andrews or North Berwick makes that each hole can be a difficult challenge but at the same time fun to play. You cannot miss the 10th hole of the Red Course, a par 5 not very long but that even to the long hitters has caused several problems. The green has a very pronounced slope that rejects the approaches that are not played with sharp precision.

It inaugurated in 1928 and held the World Cup in 1962 and 1970, and the Argentine Open in 16 occasions. And it also I am hosted The 100º Argentine Amateur Championship and the 100º Argentine Interclubes Championship.