Diego Caprile designed the secluded Martindale Country Club in Pilar, an hour outside Buenos Aires, in 1990, and Marcos Capdepont completed it in 1993. The 18-hole championship course shares the sight with and a compact and well-appointed par 3 course. Here 6834 yards of parkland offer variety in the length of holes, along with imaginative greenside bunkering, though bunkering on the fairway and the use of water are less impressive. There are some steep slopes on the greens and challenging bunkers and ponds, but the experience will be fun for all. The course is walking-only, but there are caddies for hire. A modest practice range is also available that permits no more than short irons. The upkeep leaves something to be desired, especially the sand in the bunkers and the pre-cut rough, but the course is steadily improving. The clubhouse is very friendly, though the service and accommodations are nothing special.