Excellent weather conditions for golfers, a wide variety of coastal locations at relatively well priced resorts, proximity to the USA and a great hospitality, all these make Mexico the ideal location for a golfing vacation and it has long been among the most visited countries in the world attracting over 20 million visitors each year. Here is our list of top resorts:
Diamante Dunes Golf Club, Cabo San Lucas
A links golf course ranked 58th in the world, located on the Pacific Coast.
Loreto Baja Golf Resort
Spectacular views, mountain vistas, desert scenes and romantic ocean views. A championship golf course recently remodeled by 2001 British Open champion David Duval. Considered one of Mexico’s most beautiful and challenging courses.
Costa Baja Resort, La Paz
The first Gary Player Signature course in Mexico and 5 star resort. Panoramic views of the Sea of Cortez and an innovative design that complements the unique desert by the sea landscape. La Paz is the regional centre and capital city of the state of Baja California Sur.
Moon Palace, Cancun
Featuring over 100 acres of tropical greenery, nearly 2,000 feet of silky white Caribbean beaches, over 2000 rooms and suites, 14 buffet and a la carte restaurants, swimming pools, tennis courts, fitness centers, miniature golf and daily activities. This is a large resort offering everything you need to enjoy an all-inclusive vacation.
San Jose del Cabo
Recommended by Golf Week, Querencia features 18 holes spaning over 300 acres, through deep arroyos and resting atop cool, arid plateaus, the top-ranked golf club in the Baja California peninsula. The championship golf course designed by Tom Fazio is located within an exclusive 880-acre community along the Sea of Cortés in the Los Cabos Corridor.
Yucatan Country Club, Merida
El Jaguar golf course designed by Jack Niclaus offers 18 par holes, 72 with a playing distance of 7282 yards, wide fairways and greens distributed around 11 lakes. The resort includes a Jack Niclaus Signature Golf Academy.
Campestre Cocoyoc Club, Mexico City
Exclusive golf club and Hotel Hacienda Cocoyoc south of Mexico City. 18 holes, spectacular scenery. As well as an 18 hole course, the club facilities also include a 9-hole golf course where golf classes are offered, tennis courts, a sport area (for soccer, volleyball, events and other activities), and a Club House.
Find out more on the Campestre Cocoyoc Club website.
Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit
A luxurious all-inclusive resort in the Puerto Vallarta area on the Pacific Coast. Accolades include Condé Nast’s “Most Excellent Spa Hotel” award and TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice award for “Best Luxury Hotel in the World.”
Puerto Vallarta features as many as seven championship golf courses, all within minutes of the resort, offering green fairways, diverse terrain, breathtaking scenery, ocean and mountain views.
Why Golf Resorts in Mexico?
We had a direct enquiry from a contact asking about golf courses in Mexico, rather than just sending them our research in an email, we have posted a list of the most prominent golf resorts here. Contact us for details to have your golf resort featured wherever it is in the world.
Mexico Golf Resorts Mapped
Notes & References
For Mexico Golf Packages see also, Cabo Golf Tours.
Many thanks to,
Kirt for use of photograph of Loreta Baja – http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/9334032647/
MutantMonkey for photograph of Moon Palace resort – http://www.flickr.com/photos/mutantmonkey/127937910/
Tim Buss for photograph from La Paz, Mexico – http://www.flickr.com/photos/timbuss/8708539426/
Alejandro Cabrera for photo of San Jose del Cabo – http://www.flickr.com/photos/universoac/9393406593/
WiredTourist for photo of ruins in Yucatan – http://www.flickr.com/photos/wiredtourist/5222617854/
Grand Velas Puerto Vallarta for photograph of Grand Velas Resort – http://www.flickr.com/photos/grandvelasresort/4728233916/
A bunch of resorts were not reviewed simply because we couldn’t find their english language version websites, this includes two links courses, Tres Vidas Acapulco in Acapulco and Paraiso del Mar Golf & Country Club in La Paz. Heads up for anyone marketing golf resorts, make sure you have an English language version available!
A note on terminology, Golfo de California, or indeed any other golfo’s you might see on the map refer to the Gulf of California (or other), nothing to do with golf!