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

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