Both golf courses at The Jockey Club are a fitting tribute to one of golf architecture's greatest names. The stand out at the Jockey Club is the Red Course, which remains one of highlights of Mackenzie's extraordinary legacy.
When Angel Cabrera hoisted the trophy aloft at the 2001 Argentina Open, the moment was a realisation of a dream for the country's golfing masses; seeing their favourite son record victory on Argentina's best course can only have been capped by his subsequent U.S. Open victory.
The golf course is classic Mackenzie; beautifully sculpted fairways are only guaranteed with the most accurate drive, while the contoured greens are a joy to behold. The Jockey Club should be a must for lovers of Mackenzie's work, and is the perfect antidote to the vibrant city of Buenos Aires.