Golfers will surely enjoy this Dye designed 18-hole golf course known as the Cabo San Lucas Country Club. The Cabo San Lucas Country Club is set amid endless cacti and blooming Bougainvillea bushes and is the area’s only course offering views of the famed landmark, The Arch at Land’s End.
This breathtaking course flows gently through groves of magnificent Palo Blanco trees and stately Cardon cacti, accented by grand expanses of sprawling fairways.
Located just minutes away from the heart of downtown Cabo San Lucas, the renowned Cabo San Lucas Country Club, formerly known as the Raven Golf Club, is home to one of the most challenging and visually stunning golf courses in the entire peninsula. Roy Dye designed the 18-hole course, which challenges players of all levels with its gently sloping fairways, more than 80 bunkers, and, at 610 yards, one of the longest holes in all of Mexico.
As breathtaking as it is demanding, the course—one of the first to be developed in the area—overlooks the Sea of Cortez, and its fairways and greens are the only in the region to boast views of the famous Land’s End rock formations. The broad fairways navigate a largely untamed desert landscape rich with groves of Palo Blanco trees, Cardons and an array of animal life. Nine sparkling lakes add to both the aesthetic and the course’s level of difficulty.
With the plethora of masterfully conceived and sculpted courses in the Los Cabos area, it’s no wonder that Mexico has established itself as the No. 2 international golf destination for Americans. Still, the Cabo San Lucas Country Club is the best bet for resort guests looking to hit the links.