San Andrés Golf Club



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Nearest Golf Courses:
1. Jockey Club (20 minutes)
2. San Isidro Golf Club (25 minutes)
3. Olivos Golf Club (30 minutes)


 

Is the oldest golf club in Argentina. The course was built in 1892, at 1894 the first official golf match took place here.
The club is named after The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrew's.

It is no coincidence that in time the neighboor and the railway station, created initially for club members to come by train, took the name of San Andrés.

The 18 holes golf course was designed by Scottish Pro Mr. Mungo Park. It is a par 72 for Men and 73 for Ladies, with a maximum 6772 yards length. San Andres Golf Club hosted the “Abierto de la Republica” 21 times (more than any other club). Roberto De Vicenzo, the 1967 British Open Champion, won here twice, and is an honorary member.

GolfinBuenosAires comments:

San Andres Golf Club: “It is the closest golf course to the city and it has 18 beautiful Parkland holes. The rough in San Andres is one of the most fears in Argentina by both amateurs and profesional golf pros.

Still it is consider a “golfer friendly” golf course made for every golfer despite the level. It is also known for being in great shape all year long and for having the best draining system in Argentina making golf possible if it is raining or even if it has been raining for the past few days.”




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 18 holes    Driving Range (up to 220 yds.) & putting Green
Pro shop      Caddies     25 minutes away from downtown

Gentlemen’s:
Par: 72
Tees: 6772 yd.
Ladies:
Par: 72
Yards: 6321