The semi-private Pilar Golf Club is named for its location in Pilar, a suburb of Buenos Aires. Ronald Fream, David Dale and Kevin Ramsey designed the course, which opened in 1992. At 7221 yards, the par 72 Blanca and Azul 18-hole combination had what it took to attract the 2006 Argentine Open Championship. The designers laid the course out on some of Argentina's best open country. The nicely proportioned and intriguing layout, conveniently located near the highway, offers a variety of lengths, and the eminently walkable track accommodates all players, but presents what most will find to be some truly tough shots. Measuring in at 151 yards, the 17th hole even boasts a double-island green. With an international-level standard of upkeep and service, great greens, a club with some of the country's finest amenities, and a wide range with greens for pitching and putting, the Pilar delivers great golf.