The golf course is open Wednesday–Sunday. The back nine is closed for remodeling during the 2017 season.
Though many great golf courses and wineries exist in the world today, nowhere are the two combined to create an experience like the one you'll find at our Argentina golf resort and winery. Here, golfers enjoy championship golf that literally plays through lush vineyards, natural water reservoirs, olive groves, and walnut, pear and plum orchards. With the Sierra Pintada and snowcapped Andes Mountain ranges towering on the horizon, players will experience a one-of-a-kind golfing adventure in the beauty of Argentina's quintessential wine country. After hitting a few great shots, celebrate with your companions over a choice glass of wine from our vineyards, and enjoy a toast to one another as you drink golf memories. This is as good as it gets.
Conveniently located adjacent to our clubhouse, our open driving range’s manicured fairway is beautifully accentuated by the surrounding half-century old olive grove and the towering Alamos trees along its perimeter. Hone your iron play on the range by hitting to any one of six strategically placed greens marked with colored flags, which vary from 85-225 yards. A grass teeing area adds to the appeal, and a practice sand trap will help sharpen your hazard skills. No matter your skill level, our driving range, chipping and putting greens offer the opportunity to help warm you up and improve your overall game.
HOLE BY HOLE
Our course is a challenge for the low handicapper; yet the 5 different tee boxes make the course accessible to the entire family. The original course was designed by the grandson to golf legend José Jurado; "The father of Argentine Professional Golf", who is perhaps best known for his losing stroke to Tommy Armour at the 1931 British Open. The famous double bogey was at Carnoustie Golf Club's 17th hole, and is reproduced at our Argentina golf resort. Each hole on our course reflects a harmonious synergy with the natural beauty of the vineyards.