World Class Golf


puerTo los cabos

by jack nicKlaus &

greg norman 


Puerto Los Cabos currently features 27 hole destination golf resort. With a newly completed 18 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature golf, the Marina Course, and an additional 9 holes of Greg Norman Signature golf, the Mission Course, currently open to the public, they offer one of the most unique golf experiences in Los Cabos with stunning views of the Sea of Cortez from 70% of the golf course. With two comfort stations on each 9 serving food and beverages, you are never more than a couple of holes away from your next taco or margarita. 

Norman Course - 3,590 yards (par 36)

Nicklaus I Course - 3,758 yards (par 36)

Nicklaus II Course - 3,436 yards (par 36)







by tom fazio


Querencia's 18-hole par-72 course spans over 300 acres, challenging even the most seasoned players each round. Generously spaced 12-minute tee times help to maintained a comfortable pace and allow ample time for stops at their new comfort stations. The 12-acre practice facility include a private driving range with 400 yards of drivable space. The course's design honours the beauty that surrounds it, carefully positioned so player's views of the landscape remain unobstructed.





By jack nicKlaus


Cabo Del Sol's famed Cove Club Course (formerly the Ocean Course), a Jack Nicklaus masterpiece, is ranked among the top 10 courses in Mexico and one of the World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses by Golf Digest. Playing the private course is now a pleasure reserved solely for members of the Cove Club and their guest. In preparation of this transition to a private club, they  have enhanced the course and experience through careful updates and renovations. Not only have they elevated the Cove Course's strategy and playing conditions, but they have also added a hot of fun, new amenities, events and features as well to ensure the Cove Course continues to provide members and guests to Los Cabos' ultimate golf experience for generations to come. 


Cabo del Sol

desert Course  

by tom weisskopt


The Desert Course is a stunning oasis winding through canyon-like arroyos framed by lush desert landscapes and picturesque mountain backdrops. Designed by Tom Weiskopf. The course varies in length from 4,900 to 7,100 years with five sets of tees making it comfortable for all levels of play. The design takes advantage of natural river washes, subtle changes in elevation and dramatic bunkering. The Desert Course has a state-of-the-art practice facility in addition to a practice putting and chipping green.






El Dorado

By jack Nicklaus


El Dorado's 18-hole golf course had been crafted by legendary golf and architect, Jack Nicklaus. The course is characterized by rugged coastline, quiet desert foothills, and shaded canyons, blending seamlessly with the surrounding landscape. 

This Discovery Land Company resort community meanders through a pair of pristine canyons divided by a huge rocky hill. Interior lakes, bristling desert vegetation and dramatic rock formations frame the holes. The signature hole is the short par-3 16th, its ledged green set directly above the beach






Chileno bay club

by tom fazio


Tee it up at the private 18-hole, par 72 championship Chileno Bay Club Golf Course, conceived by world-renowned course designer Tom Fazio, and open only to course members and guests of Chileno Bay Resort & Residences. Nearly 7,300 yards of play take advantage of the surrounding desert terrain, dotted with saguaro cactuses and native grasses, to offer stunning ocean views from every hole. The challenging Hole 12 - Par 5 combines a deep arroyo that runes in between the tees and the fairway.







Spanning three different ecosystems, the golf course rambles across huge windswept dunes at the start, climbs through a thick cactus forest creased by winding arroyos in the middle of the round, and returns players to the beach and sea on the back nine. 

The versatile 7,210 -yard, per 72 layout has a handful of holes on the beach, notably the par 3 third, which parallels the sea and will give players fine views of breaching whales during the winter months. There's also a signature island green at the par 3 17th hole. 

One of the defining characteristics of the links-style course is its revetted pot bunkers. These sharp-edged, sleep-walled sandy pits are the product of a British company that uses recycled materials to construct golf bunkers. Built from reprocessed artificial turf, the fairway and green side bunkers at Rancho San Lucas are nearly identical to the natural sod-walled bunkers found on British seaside links course. They lend Norman's first 18-hole course in Los Cabos a distinctive look. 








A naturalistic layout perched high above the Sea of Cortes, Twin Dolphin, walled in by tall mountains, features sweeping ocean views from every hole. The layout, built by Hall of Fame Fred Couples and Todd Eckenrode of Origins Golf Design, weaves around three major arroyos and makes excellent use of the terrain's natural contours and rock outcrops. Sharp elevation changes, open-entry greens, broad rolling fairways and natural bunkering characterize the design. Twin Dolphin is a private club and exclusive access available to guests of Montage Residences.

According to author Paul Daley in Golf Architecture: A Worldwide Perspective (Volume 7), "rumpled fairways, natural-styled bunkering and short-cut fairway heights throughout, significantly add to the appeal of this new, world-class par-72 layout".



The Dunes Course by David Love III

Diamante’s Dunes Course, ranked #36 in the world by GOLF Magazine in 2019, 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 bluer.





The Tiger Woods designed El Cardonal course is Diamante’s second championship course and Tiger’s first-ever golf course design. Influenced by the old-style courses of Southern California that he grew up playing, Tiger created a course that brings back the need for strategy in golf–with several options to navigate each hole. The result is a course that challenges expert players but provides options for those with higher handicaps as well. With Diamante’s signature on-course comfort stations and dramatic long-range views of the Pacific Ocean, natural arroyos, and native dunes, El Cardonal is a golf experience not-to-be-missed.







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