Two scenic, international-standard golf courses have been created in Chile through the alliance between the ‘Las Brisas de Chicureo’ and ‘Las Brisas de Santo Domingo’ luxury real-estate developments.
Claiming their concept to be unique in South America, the developments’ alliance allows golfing from the Andes to the Pacific, blending beautiful natural scenery, culinary, viticultural, and property attributes.
The real-estate complexes ― associated with Chilean businessman Eduardo Fernandez Leon ― joined forces to offer a single sports concept, with golf courses, sports infrastructure, social areas, an elegant club house, and an extensive selection of property alternatives. Both projects were conceived with an impressive golf course as the backbone, each course designed by the U.S. company Gage Davis.
The less-than-130-kilometer route linking the two developments offers the chance to golf surrounded by the imposing scenery of the Andes, the chance to visit some of Chile’s largest vineyards (whose restaurants offer seafood and local cuisine) and golfing against the backdrop of a beautiful sunset on the Pacific Ocean.
For foreigners, the weather, Chile’s economic stability, price convenience and standard of living are attractive factors in considering Chile as a place to vacation and even settle down. The Las Brisas development claim their safety, construction quality, prices, and sports infrastructure are convincing arguments and say that, although they are close to Santiago, both complexes enjoy superb scenery and unexplored areas.
The golf course at Las Brisas de Chicureo near Santiago, has more than 180 hectares of native forest and fauna, 36 holes, intense green elevations, and undulating fairways, reaching a semi-desert trail of hawthorn, bunkers, and striking ravines.
On the coast (on the way to the Rapel V Region), Las Brisas de Santo Domingo offers 27 holes of great natural beauty and the Pacific Ocean in the background, plus a crystal-clear 2.2 hectare pond hidden between the seaside and the woods.