Robb Report

“That the 16th hole is neither dramatic nor overly exciting is easily forgiven—in truth, almost immediately forgotten—once golfers reach the 17th tee box. The 178-yard, clifftop par 3 features a shallow green that angles away from the tee boxes and is surrounded by a horseshoe-shaped bunker that wraps itself around the front, right, and backside of the putting surface. With the Sea of Cortez 250 feet below, the hole is exposed to the swirling winds off the ocean, which makes an already intimidating tee shot that much harder.” – Taken from Robb Report, February 2018

We Take a Swing at Rees Jones’s Now Completed Danzante Bay Course in Mexico


Hunter PR

Danzante Bay residents can experience and have access to the amenities and services of Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa’s 4500 acres of unspoiled beauty. The resort boasts stretches of exquisite shoreline, stunning ocean and mountain views, three outstanding restaurants, five swimming pools, the luxurious Sabila Spa, tennis courts, miles of hiking trails, glass-bottomed kayaks, and sport fishing.

Danzante Bay Introduces First Phase of Luxury Residences

Hall-of-Fame golf course architect Rees Jones talks about his newest course design, Danzante Bay at Villa Del Palmar in Mexico.

Legend Rees Jones speaks on designing Danzante Bay in Mexico


American Golfer

“Part of a luxury master-planned community adjacent to the coastline of Baja’s inland Pacific marine sanctuary, Danzante Bay Golf Club debuted 11 holes late last year. The new seven holes – Nos. 2 through 8 – cover different terrains, including beach, cliff, and canyon. They combine Jones’s creativity with the natural scenery provided by Mother Nature to charm golfers with views that spread out in virtually every direction.” – Taken from American Golfer, December 2017.

Danzante Bay, the Newly Completed Rees Jones Golf Course on Baja Coast, Unveiled

“Seven more holes – the stretch from the par five second to the par four eighth – occupying a spectacular canyon area of the site have now also opened for play, to complete the full eighteen. The canyon holes include some of the course’s highlights, such as the heroic par three third that plays across a chasm to a green on a ledge in front of a rock face and the steeply downhill par four fourth which may be driveable for longer hitters.” – Taken from Golf Couse Architecture, December 2017.

Rees Jones design at Danzante Bay now fully open for play

“Danzante Bay Golf Club just opened all 18 holes and is so good that golfers will need to put this on their list of golf destinations.  It is already one of those “must play” courses in the world.  Hole 17 is the signature hole and even better than expected.  This hole will become an icon for golf in Mexico.  It will be #TheMostPhotographedGolfHoleInMexico.  While you are there, the Villa Del Palmar Resort will let you enjoy time relaxing on the beach, at the spa or in the ocean when you are not playing golf.” – Taken from Independent Golf Reviews, December 2017.

REVIEW: Danzante Bay Golf Club, Loreto, Mexico

“Danzante Bay Golf Club debuted 11 holes late last year — the seven new holes – Nos. 2 through 8 – cover different terrains, including beach, cliff and canyon. They combine Jones’s creativity with the natural scenery provided by Mother Nature to charm golfers with views that spread out in virtually every direction.” – Taken from World Best Golf Destinations, December 2017.


On the Southern End of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, Danzante Bay Golf Club by Rees Jones Is Open

“There are few landscapes in the world that offer this kind of palette. From the blue-green Sea of Cortez, where the horizon is dotted with the nearby islands of Loreto, the land rises almost immediately into what becomes the “La Giganta” mountain range – Baja’s Sierra Nevada.

There are cathedrals of red rock that are reminiscent of Sedona, Ariz., some cactus and desert landscape that recall the Coachella Valley, and other views on the course can make it seem like golfers have been airlifted to the floor of the Grand Canyon.” – Taken from The San Diego Union-Tribune, December 2017

San Diegan builds spectacular Danzante Bay golf course in Loreto, Mexico


Luxe Getaways

“Danzante Bay at the Islands of Loreto is a 734-acre master planned resort community on the east coast of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, near the historic town of Loreto. The community is nestled against the rugged Sierra de la Giganta mountain range, set on one of the most pristine coastlines in the world along the Sea of Cortez, and entwined with a world-class, Rees Jones golf course.” – Taken from Lux Getaway Magazine, December 2016.

An Inside Look at the Beautiful Resort Community of Danzante Bay


Southland Golf

“The resort, which is affiliated with the course and has increased occupancy rates each year, takes gorgeous advantage of the region’s serene beaches, scenic vistas, natural habitats and active opportunities that include fishing, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, paddle boarding, whale watching and snorkeling near one of the five main Islands of Loreto.” — Taken from Al Petersen’s article in Southland Golf, November 2016.

Nature Takes its Course