Los Cabos

If your looking for unbelievable scenery with beautiful ocean vistas and perfect weather , then Los Cabos which is situated at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, at the place where the Sea of Cortes meets the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos boasts an extraordinary mountain-desert-ocean environment where golf’s top designers have crafted a dozen courses set back from the shoreline’s sun-drenched beaches and turquoise-blue waters. Led by a superb array of resort hotels and complemented by some of the best sport fishing in the world, Los Cabos has in the span of 20 years established itself as a premier getaway for avid golfers in search of an unforgettable experience.

It's no wonder golfers can't resist the lure of Los Cabos. There are a host of beautiful courses designed by such names as Nicklaus, Weiskopf and Norman, that stretch along the scenic 25-mile corridor between Cabo san Lucas and San José del Cabo. Once you step out onto the first tee in this golfers' paradise you will soon discover why Golf Digest declared it one of the worlds top 15 golf destinations.

Cabo courses have much to offer golf enthusiasts — stunning views of the Sea of Cortez and mountains, perfect year-round weather, dramatically changing landscapes, and a variety of challenging holes, bunkers and tees built right into the natural terrain.

Golf in Los Cabos has made great strides since the 1992 opening of Los Cabos' original true resort course, the 18-hole Palmilla, designed by Jack Nicklaus. Palmilla has since expanded to a 27-hole course, while Nicklaus has crafted another of the great world-class courses in the area: Cabo del Sol's Ocean Course.

The Ocean Course, with its trio of famous finishing holes, is easily the most sought-after premium golf experience in Los Cabos, and since its debut in 1994 has become a fixture among the world's top 100 courses. During the winter months, golfers can expect to spot gray whales frolicking on the horizon.

Soon the Los Cabos golf haven attracted other notable designers: Tom Fazio, Robert Trent Jones Jr., the Dye Corporation and Tom Weiskopf.

Fazio built the private Querencia course, with its 26,000 sq ft clubhouse overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Making the most of its changing elevation, the designer looped corridors around deep gullies filled with local vegetation and cactus.