Buenos Aires golf courses provide a challenge to even the most seasoned golfers. They are not always easy to find, but they are exceedingly cheap as compared to most public or private courses in the United States. If you are planning to go golfing in Buenos Aires, you should keep in mind that most of the courses are private and that you will need to make your tee time’s plenty in advance in order to ensure availability. A golf vacation to Buenos Aires is well within your reach, and the great advantage to taking on the best courses in and around the capital of Argentina is that you will not have to spend an arm and a leg to experience awesome golf at beautiful courses. Some of them are a bit off the beaten course in terms of distance from the city center, but once again, the exchange rate comes into play here. A taxi to Olivos (one of the top courses in the entire country) often costs around fifteen dollars and is 45 minutes away. You will be even happier when you see how little it costs to play the course itself.
Golfing in Buenos Aires is best enjoyed at one of the following five courses: the Jockey Club in San Isidro, the Buenos Aires Golf Club, the Olivos Golf Club, and the Martindale Country Club. Each of these courses is private and provides you with your own caddy. You can expect to spend around 50 dollars for greens fees as well as your caddy, which is absolutely stunning when you consider that these are championship-grade courses and the finest anywhere to be found in the country. If you visit each of these courses on your golf vacation to Buenos Aires, there is no way that you will be disappointed. Plan on bringing some extra money to tip your caddies because they really know what they are doing and serve as an intermediary to make the entire excursion that much more enjoyable. You will not have to worry about losing a ball, and they will also help with suggesting nearby restaurants and attractions. These are the best Buenos Aires golf courses.
Martindale Country Club is the most challenging course in the country and many international competitions are held here. It is 27 holes of extremely picturesque and challenging golf. Jack Nicklaus himself has played here. It is about an hour from Buenos Aires. The Buenos AIres Country Club is located in Bella Vista just 25 minutes away from the downtown core. It is a beautiful course set among hundreds of acres of natural beauty, including trees, ponds, and natural hazards. The Jockey Club is only 45 minutes away from downtown Buenos Aires and Olivos is less than an hour.
Because most Buenos Aires golf courses are private, you will need to check in advance for which days are open to the public. It is well known that many people who visit the area want to play these top courses, so each of the five above-listed golf courses are at least open one, and in most cases, two days every week. You may have trouble golfing in Buenos Aires on the weekends unless you are invited by a member. A golf vacation to Buenos Aires is at the tips of your fingers. Be sure to bring your own clubs as it is not the custom to rent clubs on location.