This 18-hole championship course offers players a truly unique opportunity to play one of the Baja’s most extraordinary courses.
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**** All fees include cart rental and Tax of 16%. *****
Golf Carts: Complimentary for all Green Fee players at La Ventana del Mar. Operation of golf carts is permitted only by people 18 years of age and older. La Ventana del Mar golf carts are for players only and are not permitted off golf course property. Private golf carts are permitted subject to an approval inspection.
Practice Balls: Buckets of practice balls available @ Proshop – 5.00 dlls per bucket.
Equipment Rental: Rental clubs available for $30.00 for 18-holes and $15.00 for 9-holes.
ANNUAL GOLF PASSES AVAILABLE
$469.00 PER PERSON
(Pass does not include Cart Rental or Practice Balls)
$15.00 Cart Fee per Player
$5.00 Practice Balls
Green Fee Passes are not automatically renewable
(Future restrictions may apply)
All prices are expressed in US Dollars
|Tuesday||7am to 5pm|
|Wednesday||7am to 5pm|
|Thursday||7am to 5pm|
|Friday||7am to 5pm|
|Saturday||7am to 5pm|
|Sunday||7am to 5pm|
Designed by world renowned golf architect, Bradford Benz, las caras de mexico golf course combines the archaeological, historical, and social Mexican culture with the natural beauty of the surrounding area. Life size bronze statues depict famous historical Mexican figures giving each of the 18 holes a unique historical significance on the history of Mexico.
Best of all, the course is situated in one of the most magnificent settings in the world. With the neighboring mountain range featuring peaks as high as 10,400 feet you will play under a cathedral of 270 degrees of mountain ranges. Because the terrain gently slopes towards the Sea of Cortez, most fairways and holes have magnificent sea views as well with several holes located right above the beach on the Sea of Cortez. Add in warm year round sunny weather and you’re assured that you’ll be afforded ample opportunity to golf.
You will also be pleased to learn that extensive efforts were taken to ensure that the golf course was incorporated into the pristine environment with minimal impact.
Plants that had to be removed were dug out by hand and transferred to a nursery rather than simply run over by a bulldozer. Additionally, El Dorado Ranch in conjunction with environmental and golf consultants acquired a unique hybrid of salt tolerant paspalum grass known as Seadwarf. Now previously unusable well water sources that were too salty for human or agricultural use are used to water the course thereby not depleting the environment of precious water supply.
When you combine the quality of the golf course, the beautiful setting, and casual pace of play it’s no wonder that those who have been fortunate enough to play the course regard it as the Baja’s best kept secret.