This golf course, more than 75 years old, has the most uneven terrain of all due to its rolling features. In fact, the town of La Cumbre and its golf course are located in the heart of Punilla Valley, where the mountains are the main features of the landscape. In the centre of that picturesque town, 100 kilometres from the capital city of Córdoba, the English-style golf course stands out, surrounded by important groups of trees.

The golf course's green slopes make that tourist destination par excellence, always chosen for its refinement and good taste, even more attractive. The par 70 golf course includes several dog-legs and its fairways are "bermuda" grass, while greens are "tifway" grass, the latter being very fast and of top quality. At the same time, the typical grasses of the region (paja brava, a grass similar to esparto which grows into thick bushes) form a kind of island in the so-called "contour cut", challenging the strategies of each player. It does not have any lakes, yet there are a great number of artificial hazards and a very peculiar layout, which makes it almost unique for the practice of this sport. Thus, it is not surprising that many people compare this golf course with the best ones in beautiful Scotland.


Holes: 18
Par: 72
Yards: 6.507
Men Differentials: 72.7
Ladies Differentials: 74

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