Playing a game of golf in Los Cabos is always an enjoyable experience. Cabo is known for its mesmerizing views, combining desert, beaches, and mountains; top it off with friendly service, delicious food, and welcoming clubhouses. This list is packed with excellent options but keep an eye out; some are only for members and their guests.
#5 Cabo del Sol
Cabo San Lucas. Open from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm. Closed on Tuesdays.
For years, this has been a classic spot that tourists and locals visit. Cabo del Sol counts with two different courses: Cove Club Golf Course, Jack Nicklaus' second Signature Design (exclusive for members and their guests) & Desert Course, Designed by Tom Weiskopf.
Cabo San Lucas. The first tee time is 8 am, and the last one is at 3 pm.
Design by Tiger Woods himself, this course is inspired by the golf courses in California.
“I set up the golf strategy to make golfers think and make choices. Regardless of your handicap, there are going to be different ways to play every hole. Angles of approach are going to be very important and will dictate the type of shots you should consider. I love this kind of golf”—Tiger Woods.
San Jose del Cabo. Open from 7:30 am to 6 pm.
This is a 27-hole course. Jack Nicklaus' first Signature design in Latin America, this masterfully designed golf course is stunning and challenging for all player levels. It's home to a couple of stunning holes but is known for its "Amen Corner". This comes around holes 4-6 on mountain nine. Canyons and cliffs make this corner a true test of your skills.
San Jose del Cabo. Tee times are from 7 am to 3 pm.
Designed by Tom Fazio, this is his first design in Mexico and one of the most beautiful. “Once I experienced this land, I knew it was an extraordinary setting for world-class golf. I’ve designed the course to maximize views of downtown San Jose del Cabo and the Sea of Cortez and provide a fair balance of risks and rewards."
—Tom Fazio, acclaimed architect and creator of Querencia’s course.
Cabo San Lucas. Open from 6 am to 3 pm.
Quivira has been called the Las Vegas course of Cabo; with fun and scenic drives, they have "comfort stations" along the course where you can find something to drink of a light snack. This course is one of the most picturesque, with its sixth hole being it's most Instagram-worthy of all. Even the clubhouse is a sight to be seen. To play this course, you must be a resident or guest at one of the Pueblo Bonito resorts. It also offers the widest view of the Sea of Cortes.