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Mexico is one of the best warm-weather golf destinations in the world, but there are many places to choose from. Our experts have been practically everywhere from Cabo San Lucas to Cancun to the new Danzante Bay.
Is Mexico a safe place to visit for vacation or a golf trip? Jason Deegan says it absolutely is as long as you are smart. Here are some tips to know.
The tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula has made a big comeback from recent hurricanes and cartel violence. Here's what's new in golf and resorts around Cabo San Lucas.
Mexico's best golf destinations never freeze over in the winter and rarely get drenched with a lingering rainstorm. For those thinking about a vacation to Mexico, there are a half dozen premier golf destinations to consider, Jason Scott Deegan writes.
With the Dunes and now Tiger Woods' El Cardonal at Diamante, this lavish time-share and real estate development has surpassed Cabo del Sol as the top 36-hole club in Cabo.
With more than a dozen world-class courses in Cabo, Mexico, couples have plenty of options. Where they want to play golf could dictate where they want to stay.
The all-inclusive theme of the Riviera Maya in Mexico has bled into the area's golf clubs over the past few years. Leading the charge are the Iberostar Resorts and the Palace Resorts. Guests at these high-end resorts get premier pricing playing golf, but anybody who wants to go all-inclusive on the course can get the same experience for a surcharge. Jason Scott Deegan has more from Cancun.
Mayakoba, the resort development on Mexico's Riveria Maya, has a brand new resort: Andaz, a contemporary and stylish alternative to Fairmont, Banyan Tree and Rosewood.
Cabo San Lucas is red hot with new golf courses and luxury resorts. Cabo Del Sol and the Sheraton Grand Los Cabos continue to set the pace for a Mexico stay-and-play.