Mexico Golf Destinations

  • Los Cabos

    "Cabo" has a unique combination of rich beauty, culture and architecture that make it the perfect place to relax. Nestled into the tip of Baja California Sur, Los Cabos consists of Cabo San Lucas (the tourist community), San Jose del Cabo (fishing community) and the Corridor (20 miles of breathtaking beaches, gorgeous golf courses and fantastic fishing).

    Jack Nicklaus designed the 27-hole course at the One&Only Palmilla Golf Club. The golf course is divided into three nines that are played in different 18-hole combinations. The Ocean/Arroyo Course starts you off with incredible views of the shimmering blue waters of the Sea of Cortez.
  • La Paz

    The capital city of Baja California Sur, La Paz and surrounding towns such as San Pedro, el Centenario and el Zacatal combine to make the fourth-largest municipality in Mexico. La Paz has an arid climate that is perfect for golf: typically warm, dry, and sunny with a year-around average of between 73 and 77 °F. Rainfall is minimal, and La Paz averages over 300 days of sunshine annually.

    Situated along the Sea of Cortez, Costabaja Golf Club overlooks the resort and the pristine white sandy beaches. On clear days, which occur often, the sparkling blue waters seem to stretch as far as the eye can see. Costabaja is the country's first Gary Player Signature golf course.
  • Puerto Vallarta

    Puerto Vallarta -- a unique fusion of Mexican fishing village meets glitzy resort destination -- has quickly become a golf boom town. Home to seven courses, some of the world's greatest golf architects have chosen PV as a showcase for their work, including Jack Nicklaus, Tom Weiskopf and Robert von Hagge.

    Marina Vallarta Golf Club is known for its stunning tropical landscape that is home to an abundance of wildlife. Golfers have the opportunity to play amongst iguanas and alligators while enjoying scenic views of the Bay of Banderas.
  • Cancun

    Cancun on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula might have the reputation as a party town for college and high-school students on spring break, but there's so much more in this destination. It is Mexico's largest resort region, attracting roughly 3 million tourists annually, so there's an endless parade of entertainment for all ages.

    Hard Rock Golf Club Riviera Maya (previously known as Playacar Spa and Golf Club) sits along the coastline, tumbling across a lush jungle landscape towards the sea. The dense tropical vegetation contrasts beautifully with the sparkling blue waters and pristine white sand beaches. The scenery is beautiful but don't let it distract you too much from the golf course's challenges. The jungle growth that lines the fairways is no stranger to errant balls so hitting straight is essential.