Golf & Country Club de Trujillo
The Trujillo Golf and Country Club Sports Complex is a sports center located in Víctor Larco in the Peruvian city of Trujillo of the La Libertad Region
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The Trujillo Golf and Country Club Sports Complex is a sports center located in Víctor Larco in the Peruvian city of Trujillo of the La Libertad Region. It has several sports facilities such as golf course, tennis, swimming pool, and others such as billiards, fronton and gym.
The Golf and Country Club of Trujillo was founded by a lineage of select Trujillanos, headed by Dr. Guillermo Ganoza Vargas, manager of this social, sports and cultural center and Erick Johnson, Emilio Jiménez Nieto, Rafael Risco Boado, Ricardo Vega Llona, Eduardo Forga Sanmarti, Manuel Roberto Ganoza, Gustavo Iturri Urrutia, Luis Santa María, Gastón Romero, Fernando Roeder, Luis Gonzales Vigil, Javier Ortiz de Zevallos, Juan Julio Ganoza, Alberto Goicochea, Neme Mohanna Manzur, Luis José de Orbegozo, Víctor Ganoza Plaza and Alfredo Pinillos Hoyle, a company was incorporated under the name of 'Inmobiliaria Trujillo Country Club SA'
This first call was held in what is today the Urb. Primavera, in the mansion of the former hacienda 'El Gigante'. After choosing the land, the project that included a swimming pool, large green areas, dining room and terraces began. Immediately proposals for complementary sauna facilities emerged, as well as building a golf course.
It has service: Bar, Cafeteria, Golf cafe, Karaoke, Restaurant.
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