Golf is an elegant and exclusive sport played in courses that are made by talented and famous designers. Mexican beaches offer an extraordinary scenario for this sport, it doesn’t matter if they’re located in the Caribbean or the Pacific. If you’re about to travel to Cancun, Cabo or Riviera Nayarit, check this Mexican golf courses list you’ll love due to the impressive surroundings.
Punta Mita Pacifico Golf Course
Awarded by the Conde Nest Traveler magazine, this golf course is within the Four Seasons Punta Mita, in Riviera Nayarit. Its hole 19 is well-known as “the Whale Tail” and is the only one in the world located in a natural island. That’s why this place if a must for golf lovers!
El Camaleon Golf Course
Nestled in Mayakoba resort, in Playa del Carmen, El Camaleon is one of the favorites in the Mexican Caribbean area. In addition of being settled next to a gorgeous beach, this 18-holed golf course is surrounded by beautiful mangroves. El Camaleon is a mix of the modern design by Greg Norman with the charming natural beauty of the Riviera Maya.
Puerto Cancun Golf Course
Another option in the Mexican Caribbean area is the Puerto Cancun Golf Course, located in the most exclusive residential complex of Southeast Mexico. It is within a natural reserve of 182 acres, but the most attractive fact is its two holes with ocean view, something you must experience in Cancun as a golf player.
Las Dunas Golf Course
Las Dunas is part of the Diamante complex, which has been recognized as the best one in Mexico by GOLF magazine. The landscape is simply breathtaking, as you can see in the dunes and the gorgeous ocean. Exclusive and elegant, Las Dunas in Los Cabos is a must for those who love this sport.
Quivira Golf Club
The hills, the unbeatable ocean view and the design make Quivira Golf Club one of the most spectaculars ones of all Mexico. Created by Jack Nicklaus, this golf course is only accessible for people staying at Quivira Los Cabos and Pueblo Bonito Golf and Spa Resorts.
Have you ever been in one of these spectacular golf courses in Mexico? Which one is your favorite?