“From the signature 17th par-three hole, on the crest of a rocky peninsula that drops off to the sea 250 feet below on three sides, you are likely to spot dolphins, whales or blue-footed boobies. It’s difficult to concentrate on projecting your Titleist over the cliffs and down onto the green, yoked by a horseshoe-shaped bunker, when you are surrounded by such gob-smacking natural beauty. Imagine Sedona’s rocky pinnacles and stately cacti surrounded by a true blue Hawaiian surf.” — Taken from Anita Draycott’s article in Travel Industry Today, November 2016.
Adam Lawrence visits Danzante Bay in Mexico and sees the beginnings of a remarkable Rees Jones course.
Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, separated from the main part of the country by the Sea of Cortez and the delta of the Colorado River, is nearly 800 miles of the mostly lightly-populated desert, mountain and other countryside.
Read the entire article here: Golf Course Architecture: Rees Jones’ Mexican Odyseey