These private 27 holes in suburban Buenos Aires are the work of American architect Robert von Hagge, and though the course is over two decades old, it remains one of the few American-style courses in Argentina. The combined eighteen holes of the Verde and Amarillo present intriguing shots across open, and therefore windy, terrain. Von Hagge has imbued courses around the world with a unique, Scottish-inspired style, and this one features changes in elevation, nice greenside and fairway bunkering and careful use of water. With a variety of options for teeing, all will enjoy this course, though real skill may be necessary for a respectable score, and the casual player may lose a few balls. No course in Argentina is better maintained, and golfers can count on excellent service from a staff that is fully fluent in English, amenities that attracted the 2000 World Cup and 2010 World Amateur Championships.