Golf in Argentina

Argentina is the country with the largest golf tradition in South America,

Designed several times like the “Golf Destination of the Year”, Argentina offers more than 300 golf courses, for every player and taste, 140 of which are in Buenos Aires alone, and 15 premium golf-courses currently being built ( some of them design by Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Greg Norman, Robert Trend Jones, Alister MacKenzie and Mark Adams).

Golf is fast becoming both a national phenomenon, with more than 100,000 players in Argentina, and an increasingly popular attraction for international tourists, thanks to the quality of the golf courses, and the combination of the “After Golf”, with scenery’s and beautiful places to visit around the country, our wine, culture and gastronomy.

Why you don’t have to miss Argentina to play Golf?

Excellent courses, since the north to the south of the country

All year round available to play

Excellent value for money

Direct flights from the main cities of the world

The Argentinian beef and the Malbec wines

Great Traditional Estancias and Hotel’s Boutique with golf courses

Friendly and warm people available to play with visitors

Incredible scenarios to enjoy

Golf is a very popular tourism attraction for international visitors, especially for British golfers as the style and concept of the clubs and courses has English heritage.

The Hurlingham Club in Buenos Aires was one of the first golf courses in Argentina in the XIX century.

From the mountains of Salta in the north of the country, through Buenos Aires and right down to the end of the world in southern Patagonia, Argentina has a golf course to suit everybody.

Whether a businessman in Buenos Aires with half a day to spare, or a more adventurous golfer looking to play some of the most breathtaking and best kept courses in the world, Argentina can cater for all tastes and abilities.

The best time to play golf in Argentina varies by the region.

In Buenos Aires, the best time is between August and May

In Patagonia the season is shorter, usually October to March.

However in most of the country, golf can be played all year.

Top Destinations of Argentina: 

Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Salta, Cafayate, Iguazú Falls, Bariloche, San Martin de los Andes y Mendoza

Our recommendation:

16 nights to play 7 golf’s rounds at 4 of top regions of Argentina:

Buenos Aires, 5 nights and 2 golf’s rounds

Iguazú Falls: 2 nights playing 1 golf round

Cordoba: 4 nights and 2 golf’s rounds

Patagonia: 5 nights and 2 golf’s rounds in Bariloche and San Martin de los Andes

Top golf course of Argentina:

Jockey Club Buenos Aires

Olivos Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Golf Club, Buenos Aires

El Potrerillo de Larreta Golf Club (Córdoba)

Pilará Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Pilar Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Chapelco Golf Club, San Martin de los Andes

El Terrón Golf Club (Córdoba)

Mar del Plata Golf Club, Costa Atlántica

Las Termas de Rio Hondo GC, Santiago del Estero

Estancia La Paz Golf Club, Cordoba

Nordelta Golf Club, Buenos Aires

San Isidro Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Martindale Golf Club , Buenos Aires

Cordoba Golf Club, Cordoba

Llao Llao GC, Bariloche

El Desafio Golf, San Martin de los Andes

Salta Polo Golf Club, Salta

Iguazú Golf Club, Puerto Iguazú

San Andrés Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Golf Club Argentino, Buenos Aires

Hurlingham Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Highland Park Country Club, Buenos Aires

Necochea Golf Club, Costa Atlántica

Club de Campo Mendoza Golf Club, Mendoza

Las Praderas de Luján Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Acantilados Golf Club, Mar del Plata, Costa Atlántica

Cariló Golf Club, Costa Atlántica

Los Lagartos Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Arelauquen Golf Club, Bariloche

Tupungato Winelands Golf Club, Mendoza

Ranelagh Golf Club, Buenos Aires

San Eliseo Golf Club, Buenos Aires

Estancias del Pilar Golf Club, Buenos Aires

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