Unveiled in 2004, the 27-hole Club de Golf Tres Marias is yet another project to come from the impressive Mexican design portfolio of Jack Nicklaus...
The golf course at Las Misiones Country Club is a 1988 Robert Von Hagge design that measures 7.051 yards from the back tees. The Sierra Madre Mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to this rather exclusive golf club.
Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta’s original 18-hole course (once known as the Nayar) weaves around seven lakes within an enormous coastal property and this Nicklaus Design layout has now been joined by a Greg Norman Signature course at the same resort.
Las Parotas Club de Golf changed ownership in 2012 and the new proprietors quickly appointed Agustin Pizá to upgrade the old course. The architect introduced a number of new holes so golfers now play to two greens and use two tees set close to the Pacific Ocean.
The Jack Nicklaus Signature course at La Loma Residencial and Club de Golf lies on a hill overlooking San Luis Potosi, where holes on the front nine offer panoramic views of the city. The layout is a tough track which can be elongated to a mighty 7,577 yards from the tips.
Designed by Joe Finger and first opened for play in 1970, the course at Atlas Country Club is located close to Guadalajara airport. Its tree-lined fairways are routed around a couple of lakes, with par threes at the 7th and 14th the most prominent of the water-laden holes.
Unveiled in the early 1950s, the original 18-hole course at Club Campestre de Monterrey was remodelled by Bill Love in 1993, who returned four years later to add an additional nine holes, thus completing a new 27-hole layout.
Situated west of Mexico City, the course at Club de Golf los Encinos is set within a residential development off the highway to Toluca. Holes 1-9 feature three par threes, three par fours and three par fives and golfers never play successive holes of the same par on this front nine.
Designed by Tom Weiskopf and first opened for play in 2013, the 18-hole Puerto Cancun Golf Course lies within a 185-acre coastal ecological reserve, where water hazards present a serious challenge to players on many of the holes.
Located on the island of Cozumel which lies off the Yucatan Peninsula, the Steve Nicklaus design at Cozumel Country Club was the first course in Mexico to be officially designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.