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When you think of Mexico, your brain most likely paints a picture of breathtaking beaches with turquoise waters, glistening sands, and eternal sunshine. As Latin America’s leading vacation destination, warm weather and days by the ocean are part of Mexico’s appeal. However, Mexico is a beautifully diverse and vibrant country bursting with attraction. There is so much to see and do across the country from ancient Mayan ruins and captivating cenotes to cultural cities and charming villages. One of Mexico’s best kept secrets is that this magnificent country boasts some of the most beautiful golf courses and impressive golfing opportunities in the Americas. With the most jaw-dropping scenery and exquisitely designed fairways within one of the best vacation spots on the planet, Mexico golf should be at the top of your bucket list.

Cancún


Cancún is undoubtedly one of Mexico’s major international hubs and welcomes a melting pot of cultures with convenient flight schedules to destinations across the world. This resort city is famous for its exceptional all-inclusive resorts and vibrant coral reefs. Popular with those in search of sun, sea and sand, Cancún is amongst the top golf Mexico tourist destinations. Yet aside from the spectacular resorts and beaches, Cancún is one of Mexico's finest golfing destinations. Boasting unique design and challenging holes, Cancún golf is some of the best in the country with many designed by world-class golf architect Jack Nicklaus.

Riviera Maya


To the south of Cancún, Riviera Maya is one of Mexico’s most scenic stretches of coastline. Located on the Yucatan Peninsula, Riviera Maya not only boasts some of Mexico’s most exquisite beaches but also impressive natural cenotes that can only be found in this corner of the world. Just a stone’s throw from Riviera Maya, Tulum is Mexico’s leading archaeological zone, home to a walled city and ancient Mayan ruins. Amongst the attractions on offer in Riviera Maya, a handful of the best Mexico golf courses are to be found. Riviera Maya’s courses offer the most impressive views with not only coastal landscapes but natural cenotes and the Mayan jungle surrounding the courses. In addition, Riviera Maya hosts the grand finale of the Bupa Tour Championship making it one of Mexico’s most popular golfing destinations.

Cabo San Lucas


As one of Mexico’s leading tourist resorts, golf Cabo is a destination renowned for magnificent beaches and a vibrant party scene. This resort city is a true paradise, home to a selection of the world’s best beaches. Lining the beaches, luxurious beach clubs offer a glamorous oceanfront experience with comfortable loungers, exciting cocktails, and relaxing tunes. Cabo San Lucas also boasts a reputable nightlife with a sophisticated party scene that bursts into life as the days turn into evenings. Aside from the outstanding beaches and electric nightlife, Cabo San Lucas is considered the home of Mexico golf with some of the most impressive Mexican golf resorts which are regarded as the best in Latin America.

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Golf in Mexico

As one of the world’s leading golfing destinations, the sport is growing all across Mexico. The country is peppered with outstanding championship courses – both coastal and inland – offering a wide variety of scenic platforms to tee off from. The heart of Mexico’s inland golf scene lies on the outskirts of Mexico City. With eight prestigious golf courses nestled in the countryside, golf is booming near the Mexican capital and, in contrast to the majority of Mexico golf courses that feature coastal scenery, the courses of Mexico City feature beautiful countryside landscapes.

Mexico’s coastal golf scene covers both east and west with spectacular courses overlooking the Pacific Ocean and lining the waterfront of the Gulf of Mexico. Many of Mexico’s top tourist destinations also boast impressive golfing opportunities including the renowned resorts of Cancún, Riviera Maya, and Cabo San Lucas. Boasting unique design and challenging holes, Cancun offers some of the best layouts on the Mexico golf scene, with many designed by world-class golf architect Jack Nicklaus. Not far from Cancún, Riviera Maya’s courses offer the most impressive views with not only coastal landscapes but natural cenotes and the Mayan jungle surrounding the courses. In addition, Riviera Maya hosts the grand finale of the Bupa Tour Championship making it one of Mexico’s most popular golfing destinations.

It is, however, Cabo San Lucas that is the star attraction on the Mexican golf tour, a popular destination that is considered the home of golf in Mexico. Cabo San Lucas is home to some of the most impressive Mexican golf resorts which are regarded as the best in Latin America.

Things to do in Mexico

Mexico is a vibrant and eclectic destination with an exceptional variety of things to do and attractions to see. The Mexican capital of Mexico City is the cultural pulse of the country, a sprawling metropolis of breath-taking architecture and exciting attractions. The city is bursting with history featuring a seemingly endless list of fascinating museums, iconic landmarks, and a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Away from the capital, countryside, and jungles found inland, Mexico’s coastal destinations are the highlight of the country. On both coasts, Mexico features an outstanding selection of waterfront destinations with exceptional all-inclusive resorts and spectacular beaches. Leading tourist resorts such as Cancún and Cabo San Lucas are also world-famous for their vibrant party scene with luxurious beach clubs and electric nightlife. With the former resort located on the Yucatan Peninsula, it offers impressive diving and snorkeling opportunities with an abundant underwater world bursting with life and featuring some of the world’s most vibrant coral reefs. The Yucatan Peninsula is also home to magical natural cenotes that can only be found in this corner of the world. The region is also home to Tulum, Mexico’s leading archaeological zone featuring a walled city and ancient Mayan ruins.