|Puerto Vallarta golf courses
Puerto Vallarta offers alot of different activities Puerto Vallarta golfing is at the top of
the list, with 8 golf courses to choose from and over 300 sunny days a year it is not
hard to see why so many Puerto Vallarta vacationer's spend their day 's on the golf
Vista Vallarta Tom Weiskopf golf coursereview
This course was part of the 2002 EMC World Cup Golf Tournament. The foothill
setting affords a magnificent view of the bay and of Puerto Vallarta, with the Sierra
Madre Mountains as a stunning backdrop. Fresh ocean breezes, exceptional
greens, and the beautiful yet challenging course makes this one of the must play
courses in Puerto Vallarta.
Paradise Village Golf Course "El Tigre" review
This course has been lightheartedly described as “one of the most challenging in
Mexico,” yet the overall the course is considered forgiving by even novice golfers.
“Creating the most exciting championship 18 hole golf course in Mexico” was the
challenge given to the team of Von Hagge, Smelek and Baril. The result, a 7,239
Flamingoes golf course review
This well groomed 6,982 yard course covers more than 72 acres and is lined with
orange, mango, and lemon trees. Shots are not only visually exciting, but
challenging for players of all levels. Flamingos is in a location convenient to both
Puerto Vallarta and Nuevo Vallarta.
Marina Golf Club Review
The Marina Vallarta Golf Club with 18 championship holes was designed by the
American architect Joe Finger. Its magnificent view of Banderas Bay and the natural
obstacles such as palms, tropical plants, and natural lagoons along with abundant
wildlife, have made it increasingly popular.
Isla Navidad gold course review
Isla Navidad is one of the most lush golf resorts in the world, with twenty seven holes
that offer spectacular ocean, lagoon and mountain views. The tee boxes are better
than 90% of the greens in the U.S., and the fairways are like an emerald carpet.
With an unusually long ocean frontage, its design is a blend of golfing challenge
and beauty. Wind, light, and surface variance challenge different skill levels on
greens that extend into the lagoon or the mountains. Many holes have a magnificent
view of the Pacific Ocean as their backdrop.
Four Season Jack Nicklaus golf course review
When Jack Nicklaus designed the course for the Four Seasons Resort at Punta
Mita, he did something unique. He used a small island, about 175 yards offshore,
for one of the greens. It is surrounded by what has to be the biggest water hazard in
the world, the Pacific Ocean, and is the only natural island green in the world.
This semi- private course, intended for hotel guests of the Four Seasons Resort
and golf club members, is not played as heavily as most public courses.
Tamarindo Golf Course review
Seldom does an architect have the opportunity to design a golf course on land that
has such an abundance of natural features; a test that renowned golf course
designer David Fleming has met beyond all expectations. The greatest challenge of
the design was not to overwork the property, but to work with what Mother Nature
had already given. Where the course exits the jungle onto three breathtaking ocean
front holes, more shots are taken with cameras than golf clubs. The ocean is seen
from nine holes with spectacular beaches and crashing surf.
Mayan Resorts Golf Nuevo Vallarta
While the open fairways play well for the recreational golfer, even the most
experienced will be challenged by seven lakes, a river and of course the ocean. The
stretch of holes #13 and #14 makes your round of golf a very special experience.
Hole #13 is a dog-leg par 5 that runs along the Ameca River, it has a breathtaking
view of the green and the Pacific Ocean in the background. Hole #14 is the
signature hole, a 153 yard par 3 that has the Pacific Ocean on the left side, and a
beautiful lake that protects the front and right side of the green.