Golf anyone? You can play 18-holes from USD 80-176 USD for non-members, and that includes the use of a cart. Roy Dye designed ... More
Cabo San Lucas Country Club
Golf anyone? You can play 18-holes from USD 80-176 USD for non-members, and that includes the use of a cart. Roy Dye designed the course and it features distracting and lovely views of Land's End and the San Lucas Bay from every fairway. Some of the course stats include: a front nine at 3,651 yards and a back nine at 3,569 yards; both areas are par 36. The seventh hole is its, "claim to fame" here; it is 600 yards in length and has a par five. It is, quite possibly, the longest hole in Mexico.
The course is very difficult - much harder than Pamillia. It was in good shape. They do use reclaimed water so there is a slight smell on some holes. Nothing you can't live with. The staff are friendly. I was in Cabo 20 days and played 18 rounds at Cabo Country Club. I think it is the best bang for the buck in Cabo. Our foursomes averaged 4 hours a round.
The CSL country club is a local course, not to be compared to the many beautiful courses througought San Jose and the Corridor, that are notable to most golfers. Cabo del Sol, Cabo Real, Querencia, El Dorado, Palmilla, Club Campestre and Puerto los Cabos are only a few Communities with Signature courses by Tom Fazio, Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman (first in Baja) and more. Don't expect too much for this local town course. Ask around there are many local expats that are living there and enjoying these courses regularly.
The course was scruffy and the greens were very grainy, with fast and slow swaths, giving it a very uneven speed track. Water stinks on some holes--like really bad! The sand is course and hard in most bunkers. I got behind some incredibly slow people and the marshal did nothing to help.
The layout was interesting and not overly difficult (I'm 61, 11.2 index played the whites, shot 64 through 14 holes). The rough was reasonable, not too high especially around the greens. I just felt it could have been manicured a bit better as the greens were nearly unreadable speed wise.
The worst thing was the slow pace. It took 4hr 40 min. to reach the 15th tee. I had to split out of fear I might not catch the last tender boat back to my Cruise Ship. Lucky I did, too. Kind of a bummer.
As a frequenvisitor to Cabo, I have played plenty of the resort courses. This would not rank amongst the myriad of choices along the "corridor". This course,as of this writing, is now behind the the new Mega Wal-mart and Sam's clubs being built.
It is the closest 18 holes to downtown Cabo, but there isn't enough elevation to give you much of a view like many of the other courses. One or two holes give you a glimpse of the Pacific side, but nothing to make you comeback.
The price is low for a reason and I suspect that the property won't be around for very long. It is obvious that the property is struggling. There is almost no development around the course,which is very odd for Cabo real estate. If price is your main worry, then look for deals at the other coures they are out there!
I will say the tract itself is not bad but there are some concerns, i.e; the smell around the 7th and 8th holes. Apparently there is a sewage problem which the locals say has been longstanding.
Go a couple miles up the Hwy. You won't regret it.
Just got back from a week in Los Cabos and this was one of three courses I played. The layout was solid - not too difficult (11 handicap, played from the back tees). The greens were very slow and grainy and the tee boxes did not appear to have been mowed in some time. There's water on something like nine holes, and oh wow, is it ever stinky. I think it's brown for a reason!! Hold your breath and you'll be fine.
Pace of play was outstanding - I was by myself, was never rushed, never ran into anyone else (though I saw other groups around) and finished in just over 3 hours. The course has beautiful views of Lands End, the mountains, Medano beach, etc, but this is no longer the high rent part of town. There are lots of homes in disrepair or near falling down condition. Overall though, if you want a reasonably priced round on a good track, give it a whirl.
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