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We’re thrilled to see Agustín Pizá on the cover of Beyond Line, a lifestyle magazine from Mexico City with worldwide coverage that focuses on healthy living, sports, and the environment, subjects that we are passionate about. In the featured article, Agustín’s path is showcased as a success story, being a Mexican professional highly recognized in Europe, the U.S., and South America. From his past to his creative process and future projects, Pizá opens up in this piece to inspire readers to follow their dreams and work hard for what they believe in.

You can read the article here.

NextLinks eGolf Arena


Agustín Pizá is overly excited to introduce the NextLinks eGolf Arena. This avant-garde golf complex will grow the game of golf by engaging and entertaining every demographic and generation. NextLinks eGolf Arenas are designed to be an unparalleled indoor golf venue and family-friendly destination that will spur golf to be the fastest-growing game in indoor sports.

Pizá knew he could transcend the current, trendy golf experience and immediately reached out to infrastructure and technology expert Dave Shultz. Alongside Ed Colson, they have spent over six years developing software and technology to integrate golf simulator play with a true-to-form, real-world experience.

The brotherly duo, international architects Victor and Sergio Sanz of Sanzpont, also collaborated with Agustín, resulting in a design that rivals the best golf facilities across the globe, with its domed structure inspired by the most recognizable shape in the game: the golf ball. Pizá himself designed the ‘Golf Field Atrium.’ He created a strategic laser-guided short game course within the indoor park-like setting, ideal for the golfer and non-golfer alike.

Read more about this project here.

Pizá Chamblee – Golf Design


We are immensely proud that Agustin Pizá has joined forces with PGA TOUR Champion, television personality, and Golf Channel Analyst – Brandel Chamblee. The partnership will expand the Pizá Golf Branded Collection, and their signature Pizá Chamblee golf designs will be made available on select projects.

The first Pizá Chamblee signature design pushes the creative boundaries of Multi-Purpose golf. It consists of a 24-hole golf resort with four distinct six-hole golf loops. The project is referred to as the “Butterfly Effect.” Located in Cuatro Cíenegas, Desertica is described as an oasis in the desert with abundant springs that create marshes. Ground-breaking is estimated in the Summer of 2022.

As a golf professional, Chamblee appreciates a golf course from a player’s standpoint, but, as an analyst, his intellect provides some profound and unique insight. Combined with Pizá’s distinctive design vision, the duo brings a promising proposition to the industry.

“Agustin Pizá or ‘Augie’ is a man with a strong vision striving in his design philosophy to create golf courses and golf experiences that will thrill the enthusiast and activist alike while offering to those without a traditional golf background an intro into the game. I have followed ‘Augie’ on social media for years. As I’ve become aware of his design philosophy, his keen understanding of past and present architectural principles, and his interest in helping underprivileged kids discover golf in Mexico and South America through the First Tee and other like projects, I was very humbled when Augie extended an invitation to join his team.” – Brandel Chamblee.

Agustín feels honored to partner with this gentleman, whose perceptiveness inspires him to become a better architect.

Learn more about this golf course here.

Agustín Pizá’s First Call Interview


Get to know Agustín Pizá on a more personal level with this featured interview by The First Call, a favorite website amongst the golf industry and community. In there, he talks about his experience playing golf and designing golf facilities, advice for aspiring architects, and even about the last movie he watched.

For Agustín, having the opportunity to share his trajectory and the lessons he’s learned along the way is both an honor and a responsibility since he can make an impact in the lives of young, creative minds.

Read the interview here.