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The Los Espinos Golf Course is the only absolutely private and exclusive golf course in Chile, and is perfectly maintained.
The course was conceived, designed and built by the great Chilean golfer Mario Kappés Ramsay in 1992. It has 18 holes and offers approximately 6,400 yards long playing off the blue tees, and 7,000 yards long playing off the blacks. It is a par 72 course situated among hills, forests and gullies and is surrounded by different varieties of almond trees, which are splendorous when in bloom. Its landscaping is outstanding; it has different species of trees such as the “Espino”, indigenous “Maiten” and “Boldo” trees, American Oak, Cedar, Bald Cypress, Beech, Red Australian Eucalyptus, Fir and Holm Oak.
Between the 11th and 13th holes the is a cactus garden with over 100 species of cactus. The 55-hectare course is hybrid dwarf Bermuda grass. The greens, tees, fairways and roughs are cut to different heights. The course was built over the natural relief of the land, which was adapted to the golf course, conserving most of the area”s natural environment.
The main house covers 670 square-meters of Georgian architecture, and is located on a rise that provides spectacular views of the golf course.
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