Lima Golf Club
It is currently an institution to which other sports such as tennis and squash have been added, in addition to a gym.
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It is currently an institution to which other sports such as tennis and squash have been added, in addition to a gym. The club cooperates with the community favoring oxygenation and the improvement of its surroundings, as well as serving as a sports complement for residents who wish to take walks along the contours of the court.
It has a live fence of 3,600 linear meters of extension and has a very central location within the district of San Isidro, considered one of the most exclusive in the city of Lima. The club is currently affiliated with both the Peruvian Golf Federation and the Peruvian Tennis Federation.
The golf course
The main objective of the Lima Golf Club is to promote the practice of the sport of golf; Therefore, since its foundation, the concern of its managers has been the constant improvement and maintenance of the golf course.
The golf course has a level of modernization comparable to the best courts in Latin America; it has an oxidation lagoon within the same field and its sprinkler irrigation is of the latest technology; running semi-automatically using a central computer and a centralized pumping system.
The machinery and treatments applied to the field since 1993 in a gradual manner, through a comprehensive program directed by the Sub-Committee of the Court, have allowed to significantly improve the maintenance of the field, having recovered the bermuda grass from the fairways and starting for the future the improvement of our greens with the planting of new varieties of grass.
The club has a Superintendent and a Field Assistant, both agronomists, with extensive studies of specialization in the field, as well as the advice of experts from the United States and Argentina.
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