Tortugas Country Club

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Tortugas Country Club is Argentinas most prestigious polo club, home to many world class championships and is situated only a 30 minute drive from downtown Buenos Aires. The club was founded on the 22nd of August 1930. In 1931, the club called upon Osvaldo Maqueira Goni to design the first nine holes, which opened in 1932. The course was then extended to 18 holes in 1962. Since then the course has seen numerous renovations to its layout, hole designs, greens and irrigation system.

In 2008, the golf club commissioned us to look at the existing 1st, 17th and 18th hole, with particular emphasis on the greens, in order to undertake their renovation. This work was completed in late 2008.

Due to the nature of the renovation works on the golf course, the photos consist of before and after, and are best shown on the following link under "photos"

Project Details

Major work: Minimum 3 new holes
Mark Adam
Tortugas Country Club
Tortugas - Buenos Aires
Project Architect:
Mark Adam
Adam Golf Design
Project type:
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes

More Pictures

Tortugas Country Club - Plan of green No1
Tortugas Country Club - Plan of green No17
Tortugas Country Club - Plan of green No18
Golf Course Design
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