Mexico has more than 160 courses, some with mountain and jungle settings, others that take in ocean and desert backdrops.
The best courses are situated in three main resort areas, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta (Nayarit/Jalisco) on the Pacific Coast and Cancun/Riviera Maya on the Gulf of Mexico.
Photo Credit: Cabo del Sol
The area is comprised of two cities, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas which are connected by a 19-mile-long corridor at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula. Formerly known as the place to go for sport fishing for marlin, dorado and yellowfin tuna, these days, today, golf is a huge attraction. Check out these public courses for a great day on the links:
The Cabo del Sol courses (Ocean and Desert)
Puerto Los Cabos
Photo Credit: Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta
Mexico’s Pacific Coast is renowned for its beaches, jungle settings and for its national beverage, Tequila. Puerto Vallarta (in Jalisco) is a world-class resort, while the state directly to the north, Nayarit, has also established itself as a superb resort destination. All courses are open to the public.
Punta Mita (Pacifico), Riviera Nayarit
Punta Mita (Bahia), Riviera Nayarit
Vista Vallarta (Nicklaus), Puerto Vallarta
Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta
Photo Credit: Puerto Cancun
Cancun and Riviera Maya
Located on the eastern edge of the Yucatan Peninsula in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, the town of Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya are home to sand, surf and Mayan Jungle ruins, together with dozens of acclaimed, all-inclusive resorts. All courses are open to the public.
Cancun Country Club
Mayakoba, Riviera Maya
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