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Built across an attractive sandy site near the ocean at Barra da Tijuca, less than 30km from Rio’s famous Copacabana Beach, the Olympic Golf Course was designed by Gil Hanse in association with Amy...

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Olivos is a well-respected, mildly interesting, golf club located in the suburbs of Buenos Aires. With some decent golfing ground and a classic British feel there are some lovely elements here, ...

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The Jockey Club is Argentina’s premier private golf club, having been established in the 1930s with the completion of two Alister MacKenzie designed courses, Red and Blue.

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Designed by Randy Thompson while working for Robert von Hagge, the Buenos Aires Golf Club is an exclusive club with an odd, modern resort style golf course, that is set uncomfortably beside a bus...

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The Jockey Club is Argentina’s premier private golf club, having been established in the 1930s with the completion of two Alister MacKenzie designed courses, Red and Blue.

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Accessing the Four Seasons Resort at Carmelo in Uruguay can be quite an experience. From Buenos Aires in Argentina you can catch a small four-seat plane across the River Platte, the world’s wides...

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Los Leones is a storied Santiago golf club situated within an affluent, central suburb of the city. The golf course has history, but the modern layout unfortunately displays a disturbing mix of ...

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Less than 20 minutes from downtown Santiago, the Santa Martina golf course was designed by American architect Randy Thompson and was only partly complete when we viewed the course in 2005. What we ...

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‘It burns me up that with the billions of dollars spent on course construction in the past fifty years, all the architects together haven’t been able to build another Royal Melbourne.’ Gene Sarazen...

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‘Augusta National provides shots which the greatest of all golfers has the utmost difficulty in carrying out successfully, and yet it has only twenty-two bunkers, no rough, and is a paradise for th...

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‘At Ellerston we were able to create a course that a golfer of my calibre would love to play everyday for the rest of his life.’ Greg Norman

Locked away in the secluded high country of the ...

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Whether golf evolved from a Dutch, Belgian, German, Roman or Chinese sport or is entirely indigenous to Scotland, St Andrews is unquestionably the birthplace of the modern game. The town’s famous O...

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