One of the toughest course in Argentina. Avoid it if your swing is not in good mood.
Born to host the most important golf tournaments in the region, this challenging par 72 layout counts with the typical characteristics of a Nicklaus design. Waste hazards, big lagoons and multiple bunkers protecting the landing areas will require accurate shots and patience for achieving a decent score. The size of the trees will make you feel like playing in a “links” golf course.
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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