Begin with the Shark, finish with the Bear.
Tucked within a 2,000-acre resort community on the East Cape, Puerto Los Cabos features a rare composite design by two of the sport’s most legendary figures.
At present, the club features two distinctive nines designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus. Layouts are both etched into rolling desert foothills back grounded by the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains, with all 18 holes perched high above the Sea of Cortes, the pristine coastline, and the resort’s marina.
The Mission Course, a 3,590-yard, par 36 creation by Norman (the Shark) that serves as the front nine and will one day function as a private club reserved for community homeowners, has over 400 feet of elevation change. With its large, flashed-faced bunkers used to signpost the fairways and defend the greens; the layout reveals Norman’s fondness for Australia’s classic sandbelt courses.
The 3,871 par 37 Marina Course designed by Nicklaus (the Bear) is a resort style course with expansive panoramic views of the coastline and the sea. Defined by rippling fairways, undulating greens and well positioned bunkers make this course a challenge for all.