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TPC Danzante Bay Golf Resort

Loreto, B.C.S.

Mexico


  • Km. 84, Carretera Transpeninsular
    Loreto, B.C.S.
    Mexico
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On a stunning, world-class site along the east coast of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula near the historic town of Loreto, Mexico, Rees Jones has crafted TPC Danzante Bay, a brilliant, multi-themed 18-hole golf course that runs over and through valleys, arroyos, dunes, and foothills.

The remarkable golf course is enveloped in panoramic vistas that show off the natural beauty of the region. From every angle, striking images of the Islands of Loreto and the surrounding Sierra de la Giganta mountain range take your breath away, while the challenging, yet rewarding Baja golf course beckons you to return for more. Each hole at TPC Danzante Bay provides a truly unique experience as the front nine leaves you entranced with exquisite views and the back nine increase the drama with cliff holes that hang over the Sea of Cortez and Danzante Bay.

The par-72 Loreto golf course provides a distinct challenge for golfers of every ability, tasking them with diverse beach, cliff, and canyon holes, and enticing them with sweeping vistas at every turn. If it is not the angles of play, challenging bunkers, and ocean breezes that test their skills, it will definately be the awe-inspiring beauty of the golf course that can easily be distracting, especially the 17th hole, which has already garnered fame as one of the most gorgeous holes in all the game.

At a maximum length of 7,237 yards, TPC Danzante Bay delivers an exceptional Loreto golf experience, while the clubhouse, on-site pro shop, and state-of-the-art practice facilities only add to the overall experience. For those choosing to stay a while, the Loreto golf resort, Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa at the Islands of Loreto, makes this the ultimate destination in Mexico for the golf getaway of a lifetime.

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