Where birdsongs are travel companions and nature impacts with its wonders, some of the most exotic golf courses in Argentina welcome visitors to enjoy their facilities.

Golf fans shall find in the provinces of Santa Fe, Entre Ríos, Corrientes and Misiones many courses at natural areas characterized by very low hills, green carpets and red soils. These destinations have the appropriate infrastructure, recreational and tourist varied options as well as imposing natural resources.

In the province of Santa Fe, the Paraná river passes by the coasts of Rosario, one of the most important cities in Argentina, acknowledged by is historical-cultural heritage. Positioned as business and events center, it is also an ideal destination for golf practice. Here is the traditional Jockey Club Rosario, with its English style, birthplace of great golfers and host of the Jockey Club Open tournament; the Rosario Golf Club, member of the Golf Regional Federation of the South Littoral, with an excellent field, with its backgrounds and prestige and host of many regional and national competitions.

In the province of Entre Ríos, at a very short distance from Paraná city, Club Atlético Estudiantes invites golfers to disclose their best strategies to get over the hills that the field presents. Sponsor of the Paraná City Tournament, this golf course has very good technical conditions. 

Towards the North, at the capital of the province of Corrientes, Corrientes Golf Club is the perfect combination of natural colors, pure air and sun. Of American style, this golf course invites to an attractive and challenging play, due to its amplitude and extended fairways.

And in Misiones, the province hosting the marvelous Iguazú Waterfalls, where the soil is red and the vegetation is exuberant, it is possible to play golf at the Tacurú Social Club, at 6 miles from Posadas city. With one of the most important golf courses of the country’s interior, it combines an attractive design with the chromatic beauty of Misiones landscape. Hole 5, with eight bunkers and old trees behind the green; and hole 6, with a large water mirror at 30 yards from the green, are really challenging.

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