Where to Play Golf in Cabo San Lucas!
Cabo San Lucas has seven golf courses available for visitors. They are all fabulous golf courses, but we have placed them in order of our favorites.
Cove Club Golf Course
Now known as the Cove Club Golf Course, but before being purchased by new investors, it was called the Cabo Del Sol Ocean Course. Famous golfers believe it to be the best golf course in all of Mexico and has attracted world-class golfers since opening in 1994.
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, it features4 oceanfront holes in its18 hole course. Golfers love to play because of the challenge of the golf course.
Cabo Real is multi-themed and is a target-style course. It was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. What is astounding are the views from each hole and how the ocean vistas contrast with the desert foothills. It is challenging to play with freeform bunkers and elevated greens combined with fairways that sit atop long ridges.
Palmilla has 27 holes and amazing Sea of Cortez views. There is a mountain course, ocean course, and an arroyo course. The mountain course has the most par fours in the world.
Theoceancourse has several holes that set you so close to the ocean you can almost touch it. The arroyo course gives you a desert panorama and runs across a deep canyon. It has 3 of the best holes in Cabo.
Cabo Del Sol Desert
The Cabo Del Sol course is designed around the Baja California Peninsula. It combines the desert and the ocean with canyon-like river beds that meander through the course scenery. On every hole, you get a view of the Sea of Cortez.
The Country Club is one of the hardest courses in the area. It blends a design of cacti, bougainvillea bushes and offers a desert-style challenge. Par 3s are some of the most difficult holes in Cabo.
Designed by Gary Nicklaus, this course is in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains. The natural beauty of the desert contrasts with the green grass of the golf course. Campestre offers elevation changes and Championship greens that keep you coming back to play.
Puerto Los Cabos
It is a golf course with 27 holes of championship play. Puerto Los Cabos has three courses, each with a different layout. They are perched above the Sea of Cortez, which gives you a bird’s eye view perspective. The Norman Course has 400 feet of elevation change, while the Nicklaus Course has wonderful views of the San Jose del Cabo valley and the Nicklaus II Course has large bunkers, elevation changes, and contoured greens to entertain you as you play.