The Hurlingham Club in Argentina was founded in 1888 by leading members of the local British community, built in a traditional English style. It has changed over the years to meet the demands of successive generations but in essence, it is still the same traditional place it has always been.

The multiple facilities it offers its Members like the Clubhouse, Pavillion, Children’s House, and Pools, along with its 73 hectares of grounds featuring an 18-hole golf course, five polo fields, stables for 250 horses, 18 tennis courts (of which six are grass courts), a cricket field, and two swimming pools.

The Pavilion which comprises changing rooms has also a squash court, a gymnasium, and a loft for teenagers, making Hurlingham Club one of the country’s most prominent sporting and social establishments.

The quiet efficiency with which the Club’s wide range of sporting and social activities are organized, and the peaceful surroundings, provide Members and Guests with an ideal place for relaxation in a unique, friendly atmosphere.

All these features make it a perfect location for a blissful family vacation.

Beyond the Hurlingham Club, Tattersalls also holds reciprocity with another classic Club in South America, Banker’s Club of Mexico, as well as many prestigious Clubs across the Americas.

Click here for the full list of Reciprocal Clubs.

If you’re planning a holiday in Argentina, right here in Australia or elsewhere, be sure to check your Club’s reciprocal list first and request your Letter of Introduction.