Quivira Golf Club
In a spectacular setting at the tip of the Baja Peninsula marked by sheer granite cliffs, huge windswept dunes and rolling desert foothills 10 minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas, golf legend Jack Nicklaus has designed a course that is poised to redefine the Cabo golf experience – Quivira Golf Club.
Presenting a championship-caliber test from the back tees at 7,139 yards*, Quivira has multiple sets of forward tees to enhance playability. The layout starts near the beach within earshot of the pounding surf before climbing to higher ground, where the views are a match for the challenge. The topographical variety of the holes—from cactus and arroyos to dunes and cliffs--is unmatched.
During the round, players can refresh themselves at four comfort stations interspersed throughout the all-inclusive facility. A halfway house situated near the eighth green, called the “Oasis,” showcases the culinary talents of the resort’s chefs, with regional cuisine and refreshments available.
Completing the experience at Quivira is a thatched-roof clubhouse situated between the first tee and 18th green that offers a large rectangular bar, a casual steakhouse and ample outdoor seating overlooking the sea. Beside the clubhouse and paralleling the ocean is a spacious double-ended practice facility with an elongated practice putting green and a short game practice area.
The Quivira Golf Club has had its share of acclaim already this year. The course was selected as the “Best New International Course” by GOLF Magazine, and cited as the “2014 Development of the Year” by Golf Inc. Quivira is the first Latin American development to receive this prestigious recognition from Golf Inc.