The name Iguassu Falls Golf Club is an homage to the Falls. The 18-hole par 72 course was built with the goal of becoming a benchmark in Latin America. The whole course has Bermuda grass and Tifdwarf greens, fairly fast and homogeneous. In general, the fairways are quite wide, but there are several bunkers strategically placed to make the golfer think twice before giving the kick in several holes. The greens are small, which, at the same time, increase the need for precision in approaching strokes, avoiding the infamous "three putters", something hated by most golfers.