Jockey Club Argentino

Est.1923 | BUE | San Isidro
Rating 8.71
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36
HOLES
72
PAR
6.569
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The vision of Dr McKenzie over this flat piece of land.
Offers a few spots per week for non-members.
Expert┬┤s Opinion

For the lovers of Dr Mackenszie and the true links spirit, this is a hidden gem that must be played.

Description

The Jockey Club was founded in 1882 by one of the first Presidents of our country, Carlos Pellegrini. Since then, every President of the Republic becomes a member the day he takes power. It has 36 holes designed by the renowned architect Allister Mackenzie. It hosted the Argentine Open, the World Cup, the European Tour (among others) and was played by top golfers such as Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Gary Player and many others. In 2005 Golf Digest ranked its Red Course in their top 100.

 

Signature Hole

The #18, par 4 of 348 yardas, was inspired in #18 of the "Old Course Saint Andrews". Same lenght, straight and with no bunkers... It's all about the green. Both share the "valley of sin", the so called big fake front challenging the approach and putt atempts.

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