On your next trip to Mexico, be sure to grab some clubs and hit the
green at its world-class golf courses. Breathtaking vistas are combined
with courses designed to challenge golfers of every level to create the
ultimate golfing experience.
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Among the top-rated courses in Mexico are The Palmilla in Los Cabos, Vista Vallarta in Puerto Vallarta, and Pok Ta Pok in Cancun, which are sure to impress you with their design and scenery.
Los Cabos Palmilla
The Palmilla golf club is recognized as the most famous course in Los Cabos and is the first Jack Nicklaus signature design in all of Latin America. Offering breathtaking views of the Sea of Cortez on every hole, this course is as beautiful as it is challenging. Come challenge yourself on three courses which feature five sets of tees to test golfers of all skill levels.
The popular Vista Vallarta Golf Club was home to the 2001 Ford U.S. Collegiate Golf Championship and the 2002 World Golf Championship. It is also ranked as one of the top 10 resort golf courses in Mexico.
You’ll have the option to play a round of golf on one of two distinct 18-hole, par-72 courses: the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course and the Tom Weiskopf Signature Course. Each incorporates the surrounding natural beauty harmoniously into the courses’ designs, which are perfect for perfect for all golfers, from amateurs to professionals.
Cancun Pok Ta Pok
Cancun Golf Club at Pok Ta Pok is located between the Nichupte Lagoon and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, right in the heart of Cancun Hotel Zone and only 20 minutes away from the International Airport. This course boasts some unequaled qualities only visible in Cancun, such as the beautiful view of the Caribbean Sea, landscapes along the Nichupte lagoon and age-old archaeological treasures from the Mayan culture.