Buenos Aires Golf & Country Club
Designer: Robert von Hagge
Length: 6,971 yards
The first ever World Golf Championship was held at Buenos Aires Golf Club in 2000, consisting of 24 countries in teams of two competing for a one million dollar prize. The American team of Tiger Woods and David Duval won the event by beating local heroes Angel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero. World renowned golf architect Robert von Hagge wanted to provide Argentina with yet another championship course to be enjoyed by amateurs and professionals alike and achieved this, as Buenos Aires G&CC is considered one of the top 100 courses outside of the US.