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Boasting more than 160 state-of-the-art courses, Mexico is a dream destination for even the most fastidious golf lovers. If you are one of those, make sure your holiday in Mexico takes place in one of the many spots that offer this attractive sport. The territory is vast and diverse which allows for a great variety of choices to practice your favorite sport. Doing golf in Mexico is appropriate for both experienced and novice players. Thus, if you are quite new to golf, don’t preoccupy yourself – there are places for each and everyone’s needs.

If you fancy trying what you have learned already, Mexico hosts a number of amateur category golf tournaments every year. They are gathering momentum and nowadays these tournaments attract visitors from all parts of the world.

Breathe the fresh air of the Pacific by playing golf in Baja California. Hit the ball in Mexico City, Morelos, and Guadalajara or Puerto Vallarta’s jungles. World legends in golf course design – Robert von Hogge, Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus – have created their masterpieces with lush greenery in beautiful spots around Cozumel, Riviera Maya, Campeche, and Cancún.

The Pacific is not only famous for its blue color. If your Mexican holiday is on its shores somewhere from Mazatlán through Punta Mita, Puerto Vallarta to Acapulco, you may accompany it by a game of first-class golf in one of the hotspots there.

Isla Navidad, only half hour drive from Manzanillo, provides a 27-hole course designed by the late Robert von Hogge which includes two holes that can be reached only after the players hit the ball over a lagoon. In addition, there are 8 holes along the Pacific coast and 13 lakeside holes. Isla Navidad is one of the very few Mexican courses who have obtained the exclusive Golf Magazine’s Gold Medal.

Similar to El Tamarindo, Isla Navidad offers a magnificent combination of views from both the sea and the jungle. It goes without saying that the Wyndam Grand Bay also has pools, fine-dining restaurants, tennis courts, and business centers at guests’ disposal so anybody can unwind there.

When planning your golf holidays in Mexico, make sure to consider Mazatlán as a destination. It not only provides some of the greatest rates for high-quality golf, but the resort’s climate and proximity to the Pacific Ocean are also perfect for that. Puerto Vallarta in the state of Nayarit is another place which you must put on your golf radar when scheduling your Mexican holiday. Against a magnificent backdrop of jaw-dropping surroundings, including beaches, mountains, and rainforests, Nayarit is continually building its way to one of the top-notch golfing spots in Mexico. Some of the most adept golf course designers have left their footprints on the courses there and the facilities are of superb quality.

La Mantarraya Golf Course, located in Las Hadas, Manzanillo, is believed to have been constructed over a prehistoric burial site. La Mantarraya is the most spectacular and most luxurious of all the resorts in Manzanillo and proudly looks over the bay. Next to golfing, you can also go sailing – two marinas are in the resort’s vicinity.

If you want to enjoy indulging in a golf session at the backdrop of marvelous landscapes and a breath of fresh mountain air or a Pacific breeze, start booking your trip to Mexico.