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Golf at the End of the World

October 9, 2009

SANTIAGO, Chile, Oct. 9 /PRNewswire/ — The alliance between the “Las
Brisas de Chicureo” and “Las Brisas de Santo Domingo” real-estate projects has
led to an exclusive golf course in Chile. Unique in South America, it allows
golfing from the Andes to the Pacific, blending the best natural scenery,
culinary, viticultural, and property attributes.

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With the beginning of an internationalization process that is already
renowned beyond national borders, both real-estate complexes — associated
with illustrious Chilean businessman Eduardo Fernandez Leon — joined forces
in a single sports concept, with majestic golf courses, sports infrastructure,
social areas, an elegant club house, and an unmatched selection of property
alternatives. Both projects were conceived with an impressive golf course as
the backbone, and designed by the celebrated U.S. company Gage Davis.

The route includes the challenge of golfing against the imposing scenery
of the Andes, the chance to visit some of Chile’s largest vineyards, enjoying
seafood and local cuisine, and finally improving your handicap with the
backdrop of a beautiful sunset on the Pacific Ocean. All this within less than
130 km. Simply unbeatable!

Seduced by the weather, economic stability, price convenience, and
standard of living of this region at the end of the world, a significant
number of foreigners are considering Chile as a place to vacation and even
settle down. The safety, construction quality, convenient prices, and fine
sports infrastructure of these complexes are more than convincing arguments.
Although close to Santiago, both complexes enjoy superb scenery and unexplored
areas.

The golf course at Las Brisas de Chicureo (http://www.lasbrisas.cl), near
Santiago, has over 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 Rapel V Region), Las Brisas de Santo Domingo
(http://www.golflasbrisas.cl) offers 27 holes of great natural beauty and the
intense Pacific Ocean in the background, plus a crystal clear 2.2 hectare pond
hidden between the seaside and the woods.

SOURCE Las Brisas de Santo Domingo; Las Brisas de Chicureo


Source: newswire



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