The parkland-style layout, previously one of the longest and most challenging courses in Los Cabos, has been significantly remodeled. Now stretching to 6,852 yards (par 71) from the black tees, the Country Club compares favorably to golf courses in Palm Springs, California. Agustin Piza, a Mexican designer who has worked extensively throughout Latin America, altered several holes to improve sightlines and enhance playability. The club, readily accessible by area hotels and cruise ship passengers, also features the only lighted driving range in Los Cabos.
- Golf Architect: Roy Dye / Agustín Pizá
- Year Opened: 1995
- Holes: 18
- Yards: 6852
- Par: 71