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Destination: 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).

Championship golf in Los Cabos began in the early '90s with what is now the One&Only Palmilla Resort, which offers 27 holes designed by Jack Nicklaus (Arroyo, Mountain and Ocean). The resort also features 115 rooms and suites (many with ocean views), outstanding dining and a world-class spa.

Perhaps offering the most extensive combination of great golf and plush accommodations in all of Mexico is the 3,000-acre Cabo Real Resort. Cabo Real, a Robert Trent Jones Jr. design, is the older of the two courses there, while Nicklaus designed the newer El Dorado Golf Club.

While the golf at Cabo Real is outstanding, the accommodations are also up to par. Of the five hotels at Cabo Real, the Westin Regina and the Melia Cabo Real may be the most noteworthy. Built right on the side of a sandy-colored mountain, the Westin offers 295 guest rooms as well as a large collection of suites. Seven pools and plenty of fine dining threaten to take one's mind off the golf. The Melia resort has more than 300 rooms with spectacular views of the ocean and the Cabo Real course.

Tom Fazio also has a golf course in Cabo (Querencia), his first design outside the United States. The private club, which opened in 2000, was the first of its kind in the Los Cabos region. The 840-acre property features more than 250 homes, as well as villas and condos.

Other places worth teeing it up at include Cabo del Sol (featuring Nicklaus' Ocean Course and Tom Weiskopf's Desert Course), Cabo San Lucas Country Club and Club Campestre.

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Destination: 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.
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Course City Rates from
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One&Only Palmilla Golf Club - Arroyo/Mountain
Tee Times
San Jose del Cabo $155
One&Only Palmilla Golf Club - Ocean/Arroyo
Tee Times
San Jose del Cabo $155
Vidanta Golf Los Cabos
Tee Times
San Jose del Cabo $85
One&Only Palmilla Golf Club - Mountain/Ocean
Tee Times
San Jose del Cabo $155
El Dorado Golf & Beach Club Los Cabos $260 - $280
Quivira Golf Club Cabo San Lucas $249 - $345
Cabo del Sol - The Desert Golf Course San Jose del Cabo $75 - $235
Chileno Bay Golf & Beach Club Cabo San Lucas N/A
Club Campestre San Jose Cabo San Lucas $160 - $220
Puerto Los Cabos Golf Club San Jose del Cabo $110 - $195
Diamante Cabo San Lucas - The Dunes Course Cabo San Lucas $305
Cabo San Lucas Country Club Cabo San Lucas $65 - $165
Diamante Cabo San Lucas - El Cardonal Course Cabo San Lucas N/A
Cabo Real Golf Club Los Cabos $140 - $240
Cabo del Sol - The Ocean Golf Course San Jose del Cabo $115 - $365
Tom Fazio Course at Querencia Country Club Cabo San Lucas N/A
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