Golf Cup World Final Golf Course

VENUE.

Any golfer's dream.

VENUE.

Any golfer's dream.

VENUE.Any golfer's dream.

LOS CABOS.

THE GOLFING CAPITAL OF LATIN AMERICA.

Los Cabos, at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, has established itself as one of the most popular golf destinations in Latin America. 350 days of sunshine per year, the warmth of the people, the picturesque coastline of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes, and the captivating landscape have inspired some of the world’s top golf course designers to come up with very special courses. The golfing jewels include Jack Nicklaus’ "Ocean Course" and the "Desert Course", designed by Tom Weiskopf. Together with the adjacent Sheraton Grand Los Cabos Hacienda del Mar, these two spectacular courses form the venue for the World Final (March 18-23, 2019).

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THE GOLF COURSES.

Ocean Course.

 

The 7,091-yard (6,484-metre) par-72 course was designed by no less a legend than Jack Nicklaus and is often referred to as the "Pebble Beach of the Baja". The course stretches out for more than a mile across a stunning desert landscape backdropped by rugged 6,000-foot mountains. Seven holes follow the coastline, offering a spectacular view and an inspiring challenge for any golfer. This is particularly true of the final three holes, which Nicklaus himself describes as the "three finest finishing holes in all of golf".

 

Desert Course.

 

Tom Weiskopf, a master at designing golf courses in desert environment, created the "Desert Course" in 2001. At 7,049 yards (6,445 metres), the par72 course is slightly shorter than the "Ocean Course", but at a far higher altitude. As such, it offers a breath-taking panoramic view of the Sea of Cortes. The "Desert Course" may not require any excessively long shots and has wide landing zones, but it is strategically challenging. This is thanks largely to the greens, which undulate dramatically and are defended by an army of large sculpted bunkers.

SCORECARDS.

Montagu

Loch
Par
Herren A
Damen
1
4
354
277
2
3
156
114
3
4
403
257
4
5
510
398
5
4
365
271
6
4
399
321
7
4
404
334
8
3
144
121
9
5
518
404
Out
36
3.253
2.497
10
5
468
430
11
4
334
301
12
3
145
109
13
4
392
317
14
4
366
279
15
4
380
295
16
4
315
236
17
3
160
116
18
5
451
367
In
36
3.011
2.450
Out
36
3.253
2.497
Gesamt
72
6.264
4.947

Outeniqua

Loch
Par
Herren A
Damen
1
4
302
264
2
5
480
434
3
4
377
334
4
3
180
98
5
4
285
214
6
4
331
291
7
3
162
99
8
5
497
423
9
4
385
309
Out
36
2.999
2.466
10
4
306
239
11
5
490
431
12
3
160
141
13
4
369
324
14
4
384
328
15
3
143
111
16
4
357
288
17
5
462
364
18
4
318
266
In
36
2.989
2.492
Out
36
2.999
2.466
Gesamt
72
5.988
4.958

MEXICO.

BGCI World Final Mexiko

MEXICO.

COUNTRY & PEOPLE.

exico thrills visitors with fascinating history, archaeological and pre-Columbian treasures, a friendly and welcoming populace and a wide range of landscapes. The country boasts thousands of years of history. The impressive remains of the Maya and Aztec cultures continue to fascinate visitors from all over the world.

The sincere and open nature of the Mexican people shines through in a passion and zest for life that is tangible in every sphere and makes a trip to Central America a truly unforgettable experience. On the Baja California peninsula in western Mexico, the location for the 2018 World Final, locals and tourists will meet in one of the most popular holiday destinations in the country to share in the delights of this unique nation.

MEXICO.

BGCI World Final Mexiko

MEXICO.

FLORA & FAUNA.

Mexico is a paradise for nature lovers, lying in fourth place on the list of countries with the greatest level of biodiversity. Between 60 and 70 percent of the world's species are to be found there. The sheer size of the country, combined with the various elevations and their associated climate zones, play a key role here and allow such a wide range of vegetation and animal life to prosper in Mexico.

On a journey through the whole country, you can see many different types of scenery: from the deep greens of the tropical rainforest in the south to the towering, snow-capped peaks of the Central Highlands and the expanses of desert and semi-desert in the north.

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