Quivira Golf Club
Grafted onto a spectacular site at Land’s End, Quivira, the sixth Jack Nicklaus-designed course in Los Cabos, is an aesthetic tour de force and a triumph of engineering. Marked by sheer cliffs, massive dunes and rolling foothills, this epic test has winding arroyos, acres of cactus, lots of rock…in sum, a little bit of everything Cabo has to offer.
The drive to the par-4 fifth hole zigzags up the side of a mountain and leads to a perch 275 feet above the sea. At under 300 yards from the forward tees, No. 5 can be driven, but it’s ‘hasta la vista’ if you miss the cliff-hanging green. After swinging past an old lighthouse, the layout weaves through the dunes, returns to the cliffs, heads inland and delivers players back to sea level at the links-style 18th hole.
Complimentary Mexican specialties and refreshments are served at the club’s four comfort stations, notably at the open-air Oasis. Quivira’s thatched-roof, beachfront clubhouse features a casual steakhouse and outdoor seating overlooking the sea.
Quivira Golf Club is accessible to guests of Pueblo Bonito Resorts, including the adults-only, all-inclusive Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort located five minutes from the course.
- “Best Golf Resorts in the Americas,” Golf Digest Editors’ Choice Award, 2020
- Arguably the most daring, eclectic course Nicklaus has ever built, Quivira presents an unforgettable test from any set of tees.
- The tilted green at the tiny par-3 13th hole crowns a granite pinnacle that rises 150 feet from the surf. This tantalizing hole requires a solid short-iron shot over a gaping abyss to the smallest green in Los Cabos. No bunkers. None required.
- The club’s practice facility, within earshot of the thundering surf, is an inspiring place to warm up or work on your game.
Green fees range from $233 – $380, depending on season and time of day.
Private / Resort
18 holes, 6,809 yards, par 71 (74.1/142)
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