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The Pit Golf Facilities in Mexico City

1 Dec 2020

The Pit Golf Facilities

Design: Pizá Golf

Location: Mexico City

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Andrew Harris

Pizá Golf, recognized internationally for its innovative approach to golf course architecture which blends traditional British fundamentals with contemporary designs from North America – is proud to announce that the company’s private collection continues to gain awareness and grow as the golf industry experiences a resurgence to the game.

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Agustin Piza

“Our high-profile clients want the best of what life can offer and that includes our functional grass sculptures. Outdoor, multipurpose grass facilities. Complexes that can be shared with family and friends to connect with nature, socialize, play, or hone in on their short game skills. Golfers, even non-golfers, can play and have fun together,” commented, Pizá.

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Andrew Harris

In 2020, this award-winning design captured the world’s attention with its innovative, private, practice facility called, “The Pit” – coined after the central, revetted bunker. It is a ‘golf lounge’ practice area on the grounds of a client’s private estate. This prominent project and its concept expanded the company and its offerings to include its private collection of golf designs.

“I know that the client had a regular putting and chipping green in mind but I don’t do regular things,” said Pizá. “Their level of trust allowed me to push my creativity and produce what I like to call a multipurpose grass sculpture.”

The flagship, “The Pit” is located in the heart of Mexico City which is a concrete jungle and the metamorphosis can be done anywhere with a smaller footprint. The golf facility has five tee boxes that span up to 80 yards in the distance which are positioned to reach one segmented, free form green. For different levels of play, there are multiple flag positions and hazards. There are distinct shot values and angles so the quality of golf is genuine within the serene environment. It can be a challenging or relaxing experience.

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Agustin Piza

“The central bunker at ‘The Pit’ is key to the entire composition as during the day you can practice all kinds of sand shots. It is a multipurpose area – family and friends can enjoy practicing shots from 80 yards in or the kids can play in the sandbox or roll around on the grass. In the evening, turn on the lights, music, and the fire pit. Just lounge. What an experience! What a lifestyle!” added Pizá.

This never before seen Pizá Golf design concept is replicable and flexible, in order to adapt to its surroundings. In addition to private estate usages, this concept can be used for hotels, clubhouses, and restaurants.

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Agustin Piza

Pizá Golf and its goal are to create the most original private home design for a high-profile client. They execute the design and deliver a turn-key operation to the client through supervision, quality control, and project management services.

The grass sculpture by Pizá Golf provides a great sense of pride and ownership as guests enjoy a game of golf, individual wellness, socializing, and a touch of nightlife.

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Andrew Harris

The Pit, Mexico City – Building Information

Design: Pizá Golf
Location: Mexico City
Client: Private – Can’t disclose
Architect: Agustin Pizá
Concept: Agustin Pizá
Draft: Abril Ortiz
Render: Andrew Harris
Landscape: Pedro Sanchez
Project Manager: Ruben Arenas
Design Team: Pizá Golf
Engineers: Turfgrass Consultancy, Jon Scott Consultancy, Paul Granger (Irrigation Designer), Llewellyn Matthews (Revetted Bunker Specialist Installation)
Build: Pizá Golf

Suppliers: Ecobunker, Tee to Green Seeds, Toro Company, AquaFuse Irrigation Systems
Lighting Designer: Site One Lighting
Project Sector: High-end Estates
Project Completion Date: June 2020

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Agustin Piza

About Pizá Golf Founder – Arch. Agustin Pizá, MSc:
Award-winning architect Agustin has earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from ITESM and a Master’s Degree in Golf Course Architecture from Edinburgh University in Scotland. He is a proud member of both the European Institute and the American Society of Golf Course Architects.

For 22 years, Pizá has worked with legends of the game and world-class golf developments. His designs are known for delivering quality, aesthetic, and strategic golf courses.

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Agustin Piza

Pizá Golf has been recognized with many international accolades and has garnered a reputation for “Redefining Golf Facilities” with their concepts – Wellness Golf and Lounge Golf. Agustin Pizá was recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 100 creative minds from Mexico and Golf Inc. Magazine included him in their Power 2020 issue as an up and coming superstar.

Pizá and the company have worked and have been involved in more than 60 projects on three continents.

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Agustin Piza

Pizá proudly represents the following companies:
IWC Schaffhausen
The Kingdom – TaylorMade Golf
Maui Jim
G2 Golf Academy

The Pit Golf Facilities Mexico City
photo © Agustin Piza

Photographer: Agustin Piza, Pizá Golf and Andrew Harris

The Pit Golf Course, Mexico City images / information received 011220 from v2com newswire

Location: Mexico City México, North America

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