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