Chapelco Golf & Resort
Chapelco Golf is the first course, of the “Legacy Course” type, in South America co-designed by Jack Nicklaus, considered the best player of all time (he won 18 majors tournaments, this being the record for victories. 6 Augusta Masters, 5 PGA Championships, 4 US Open and 3 British Open, Member of the World Golf Hall of Fame since 1974), and Jack Nicklaus II. Venue of the Neuquén Argentina Classic, a tournament within the PGA LATINOAMERICA calendar, is considered one of the best golf courses in the Argentine Republic.
Framed by a pine forest and overlooking the Cordillera mountain range, it is a course to be played by fans of all levels, with different tee holes, 18 holes, par 72, with a maximum extension of 7163 yards.
El Desafío Mountain Resort
Greg Norman Golf Course Design: «Of all the mountain projects I have worked on, El Desafío Mountain Resort has the most to offer: the views are absolutely stunning. I have always been intrigued by the natural beauty of Patagonia and consider it an honor that my first course in Argentina is framed in this splendid property. This is truly a magnificent site.
Greg Norman: Winner of ninety international tournaments, earned twenty titles in the U.S. PGA Tour and was twice champion of the British Open; number 1 in the world ranking for 331 weeks and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Today it is one of the main icons of this sport.
The course consists of a 9-hole course (another 9 have already started to be developed), which are played twice from different tee-offs. to complete the 18 holes par 72 with 7,062 yards.
Valle Escondido Club de Campo
The course is located in a valley between the high mountains (it is more than 1,000 meters above sea level). Made by the renowned firm Caprile Golf. For the design, the challenges and the natural characteristics of the terrain were taken advantage of, surrounded by forests of native vegetation and a great diversity of fauna in the bodies of water found along its route.
Short course but with many difficulties that will require the player to the maximum. It consists of a 9-hole course, which, played on two occasions from different tee-offs, becomes an 18-hole par-70 course.
For the quality of its courses, and for the landscape that surrounds them, tourists from all over the world visit us to enjoy this wonderful sport, increasing the amount year after year.
“Few places in the world, and luckily due to my profession I have traveled a lot, they concentrate such good golf courses. Not only its landscapes, which are spectacular, but the different challenges of each of the fields, demand the most from each player.”
Torcuato Girotti, instructor and founder of the TG Girotti Golf Academy, professor of PGA, European Tour and PGA Tour Latin America players.