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San Isidro Golf Club

Location: San Isidro, Pcia de Bs. As.
Distance: 20Km
Par: 72
Yards: 6644

This par 72 course open in 1928 is known for its woods with more than 1.300 trees of different species. When Jimmy Demaret won the Argentine Open in 1941 he remarked: "it is the course where the trees are best placed for good players". In 1981 Ronald Fream Design Group, (California, USA) redesigned the course including new side ponds. From the 13th to the 17th hole represent amazing holes, but they have to be played with care. You can't miss the 17, a right to left par 4 with a lake surrounding the green on the right and a big bunker protecting it.

It's less than 30 minutes away from the capital and it's easy to reach. It hosted the Argentine Open and the Argentine PGA Championship in several occasions.