• B O G O T Á

Bogotá is the political and financial center of Colombia and has the most golf courses in the country. The city’s golf course designs (which are surrounded by Andean mountains), and its enviable climate, set the stage for unforgettable golfing experiences.


Country Club de Bogotá

Located in one of the most exclusive areas of Bogotá, the Country Club is one of the most traditional courses in the country. This club has two spectacular golf courses (Founders – Pacos and Fabios). Scenarios that for years have received the most important national and international golf events.

Club Los Lagartos

A par 71 redesigned in 2012 by Scott Miller that features classic landscape and topological conditions that preserve the physical characteristics of the terrain. The greens are difficult and, for the most part, are protected by bunkers. It is a course with great movement and also its length makes it one of the longest in Colombia.”

San Andrés Golf Club

40 minutes from Bogotá is one of the oldest fields in the country. You will find a field full of trees with wide, but at the same time, complicated fairways, making the San Andres Golf Club one of the best routes in the country. Its location, however, in the Sabana dof Bogotá is a great attraction for tourists.

Club Militar de Golf

This great golf course is located 40 minutes from Bogotá and is recognized by the  amount of water it has. It is a very fun course with famous holes like par 5 of hole 3 and par 3 of hole 11, one of the most recognized in Colombia due to its difficulty.

Club El Rincón

History says that great golfers such as Bernhard Langer, Lanny Wadkins, Johny Miller, among others, passed through the El Rincon Club. Its great design makes this field one of the bests in South America. The speed of its greens, its long holes and the famous ‘Camino del Muisca’ positioned this golf course as a favorite for foreigners.

La Pradera de Potosí

Designer: Mark Mahannah (1999)
Altitude: 2.600 m / 8530.18 ft
Temperature: 15ºC / 59ºF
Par 72 – 7208 yards


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