Located on the Sea of Cortez, the course at El Cortes Golf Club (previously known as CostaBaja) incorporates a juxtaposition of desert and sea in combination with real estate development.
In 2016, Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta’s original Nicklaus Design Nayar course was joined by a Greg Norman Signature layout which is accessed by the longest golf cart suspension bridge in the world.
Texan Robert von Hagge designed all 27 holes at the Isla Navidad Country Club and they sit on a strip of land extending to over 1,200 acres between a lagoon and the Pacific Ocean.
El Tigre’s 18 holes are part of a huge resort called Paradise Village and professionals used the golf course as a final qualifying venue for the 2002 World Cup...
Originally called the South course when it opened, El Tinto is the first of two planned 18-hole layouts within a massive 1100-acre residential development at Cancun Country Club.
Jack Nicklaus, who is by far the most prolific modern golf course architect in Mexico with more than twenty Mexican designs to his name, set out the course at Club Campestre San José.
The Estrella del Mar golf course lies close to the resort city of Mazatlán on the Pacific coast of Mexico and it’s an integral component of an 850-acre gated residential development.
When Bosque Real hosted the Mastercard Classic for professional female golfers in 2005, it was the first time in thirty years that an officially sanctioned LPGA Tour event had been held in Mexico.
Located less than an hour’s drive to the south of Cancun, in the centre of the Riviera Maya, the holes at the Hard Rock Golf Club (formerly Playacar) were hewn from dense Mayan jungle by the late Robert von Hagge.
Robert Von Hagge’s Tres Vidas sits on a spectacularly rumpled piece of low-lying land between a lagoon and the ocean...