Jockey Club

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Nearest Golf Courses:
1. San Isidro Golf Club (5 minutes)
2. San Andres Golf Club (10 minutes)
3. Olivos Golf Club (15 minutes)


Founded in 1880 Jockey club has 36 holes created by augusta national designer, Allister Mackenzie. Both courses (blue and red) will test your strategy skills amogn with your driving accuracy.

Host of the most important tournaments, such as the “Abierto de la República”, the World Cup, the European Tour and the amateurs’ championships.

The Jockey Club also proved its hardness with some of the best golfers in history such as Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, Tom Watson, Gary Player, Craig Stadler, Byron Nelson, Sergio Garcia and many others.
In 2005 Golf digest ranked The Jockey Club Red Course as one of the best 100 courses around the world.

GolfinBuenosAires comments:

Jockey Blue Course: “Though it is not a long course (It is only 6.300 yds. Long). The blue course has been admired by a lot of our best golfers and it is also considered one of the most “golfer friendly” course in which golfers of any handicap will have a good time. Jockey Blue course also has quite fast and sloppy greens that will boder your birdie putts.”

Jockey Red Course: “Designed by the famous Allister Mackenzie, the same arquitect that designed the famous Augusta National and Royal Melbourne Golf Club, the jockey red course is one of the most challenging golf courses in the world and its hilly greens will prove it. It is ranked as 86th of the “Best 100 Golf Courses outside US”, and it hosted, among others, the 100th edition of the Argentine open won by Craig Stadler.”

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 36 holes    Driving Range (up to 200 yds.) & putting Green
Pro shop      Caddies
30 minutes away from downtown

Blue Course(open for visitors)
Par: 72
Blue tees: 6229 yd.
Red tees: 5653 yd.
Red Course
Par: 72
Blue tees: 6635 yd.
Red tees: 5735 yd.