Buried deep in a piece of land full of history, it is the youngest golf course in the province. Four centuries ago, Potrerillo de Larreta's lands belonged to the imposing Jesuit estancia of Alta Gracia, declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Nowadays, and on the owners' own initiative, the place boasts a first level 18-hole golf course, build within metres of the gorgeous colonial-style main house.

Located 30 kilometres from the capital city of Córdoba, almost reaching the town of Alta Gracia, the main features of this par 72 golf course, are several streams crossing holes 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8; a unique property for a golf course that preserves its natural surroundings. Besides, it has four different set of tees per hole, and in some of them there are even five, providing a significant advantage for those players with a high handicap and for the ladies as well.

Both the beauty of the countryside and the mildness of the climate turn the game of golf into a real pleasure. The Jesuits that preached in these lands had been wise at the time of choosing. These lands also belonged to the viceroy Santiago Liniers and, in 1918, they were bought by the writer Enrique Larreta. In 1999, the family that owns it decided to complete the tourist offer (the main house works as a small hotel and the place is ideal for adventure tourism) with a golf course that is worth visiting.


Holes: 18
Par: 72
Yards: 7.010
Men Differentials: 71.7
Ladies Differentials: 71

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