Los Cabos Golf
In Los Cabos there are over 19 World-Class Golf Courses designed by Golf Super Stars such as Tiger Woods, Robert Trent Jones Jr. and Sammy Hagar also known for Cabo Wabo night club and tequila brands. It is common to see celebrities, politicians and pro’s hitting it up at the local Golf Courses especially in Diamante and Dorado, which are two of the most exclusive in the region. After exploring colder regions such as Northern Ireland, or if you’re looking to set up an active getaway in the sun, golfing can be the best blend of relaxation and outdoor adventure you need.
Quivira Golf Club
Quivira Golf Club is redefining luxury in Los Cabos, Mexico. Located on the true Land’s End of the Baja Peninsula with more than three miles of sparkling white beaches, picturesque desert cliffs and panoramic ocean views, the exclusive 1,850-acre master-planned resort community of Quivira Los Cabos is a paradise of elegance, serenity and service. A lush landscape of gardens and waterfalls in a spectacular natural setting with a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, private beach clubs, village and community centers, an exclusive clubhouse and an endless array of amenities and services — including a private helicopter — all come together to create the ultimate destination for residents and guests to live, love and celebrate life.
Cabo del Sol
A golf destination unlike any other, Cabo del Sol is home to two exceptional courses—the Ocean Course and the Desert Course. Offering a thrilling playing experience enhanced by the stunning beauty of the Baja landscape and the Sea of Cortés, Cabo del Sol put Los Cabos golf on the map and continues to deliver an experience that draws golfers from around the world. he Jack Nicklaus Signature Design Ocean Course has set the bar for the Los Cabos golf experience since opening for play in 1994. Stretching for more than a mile along the Sea of Cortés, the Ocean Course features seven unforgettable ocean-front holes perched above roaring waves of the Pacific and culminating in what Jack Nicklaus himself has described as “the three finest finishing holes in all of golf”.
Cabo Real “Questro” Golf Clubs
Integrating quality and style, along with social and environmental responsibility, has been Questro´s benchmark for over two decades. In every development, our custom designed golf destinations have included the involvement of numerous international firms, such as Nicklaus Design and Jack Nicklaus Signatures Courses, Robert Trent Jones II Design and Greg Norman Signatures Courses. These include Cabo Real, Club Campestre San Jose and Puerto Los Cabos. These attributes ensure that Questro Golf communities continue to be the “must-play” golf destination for those visiting and living in Los Cabos.
Palmilla Golf Club
Palmilla Golf Club is famous for 27 holes of amazing golf and spectacular vistas. It has been recognized as the “Grand Dame of Los Cabos golf.” As the first Jack Nicklaus Signature design in Latin America, the masterfully conceived golf course is stunning and challenging. It is a world-class masterpiece on the world stage, and is the best of Cabo golf in Los Cabos. This Cabo golf course features spectacular vistas of the Sea of Cortez from all 27 holes. Palmilla Golf Club features a Mexican decor clubhouse, on-site golf shop and an expert staff to help provide you with superior customer service for your every golf need.
Diamante Golf Club
Diamante’s Dunes Course, ranked #36 in the world by GOLF Magazine, weaves its way through spectacular Pacific dunes and boasts amazing views of beach and ocean from nearly every hole. Add to that an awe-inspiring 14-acre practice facility, clubhouse restaurants and bars, retail center, on-course comfort stations every three holes, and Diamante’s signature service, and you’ve got an unforgettable golf experience. When Dunes Course designer Davis Love III first arrived on the Diamante site, he said, “It was like pulling up to St. Andrews.” Golf on the Dunes does share some similarities with the classic links courses in Scotland and Ireland–but here, the weather is warmer, the sand is whiter, and the sea is more blue.
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