As the PGA Tour takes its World Golf Championship format to Mexico City for the first time, we offer an in-depth journey on where to play, stay and dine.
With more than 160 courses, some that embrace mountain and jungle settings, others that take in ocean and desert backdrops, golf in Mexico is all about variety. The same goes for the nation’s lodging and dining options. Mexico City’s Club de Golf Chapultepec, home to this week’s WGC-Mexico event is private, as are some of the country’s top tracks in its most populated cities, but the bulk of the best south-of-the-border courses are situated in three main resort areas, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta (Nayarit/Jalisco) on the Pacific Coast and Cancun/Riviera Maya, where the Gulf of Mexico meets the Caribbean Sea.
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