Play canyon style golf throughout rolling hills all while enjoying the natural beauty of the Pacific Ocean and Coronado Islands. The championship par 72 eighteen hole golf course boasts 6,400 yards of pristine golf and six lakes and because it is a canyon course, it's a challenge for players of all levels.
Between Rosarito Beach and the US border on the Scenic Ocean Highway (Toll Road), just 20 minutes north from the Las Gaviotas. Located at KM 19.5 Scenic Highway.
Practice driving range. Rating 70 Slope 130 Green fees $40-55.
This golf course will challenge any avid player. It features Scottish-style links with 3 layout combinations to choose from: Lagos/Vista par 71 or Oceano/Lagos par 71 (Blue Tees - 6295 yds; Slope 126; rating 70.3) and Vista/Oceano par 72 (Blue Tees - 6519 yds; Slope 126; rating 70.3). David Flemming designed the Vista and Lagos tracks, while Oceano was created by Robert Von Hagge. Each course has beautifully manicured fairways and greens, plenty of bunkers, lakes, and ocean breezes. The beauty of the surrounding hills and cliffs naturally complement Bajamar.
Just 20 minutes south of Las Gaviotas on the Toll Road at Km 77.5. Fees $44-$103. Practice range.
The Tijuana Country Club golf course was built in 1948. Designed by Allister McKenzie for golfers of all skill levels. The geography of the region has altered dramatically in the past 5 decades and the golf course is now located in the middle of the city. There is virtually no water; however there are over 100 well-placed sand traps.
The Tijuana Country Club has a long tradition dating back to 1927 and was originally part of the Agua Caliente Club complex that became popular for Gringos traveling south across the border during prohibition. What may be even more surprising is that the legendary golf course designer Dr. Alister Mackenzie redesigned the original course in 1932 from the original design of William Bell from 1927.
Another interesting part of the Campestre story is the long list of famous names and personalities from professional golf, sports, Hollywood, business and politics who have walked the 18 holes. The Agua Caliente Open was routinely broadcast via radio into the US in its early days and attracted all of the big names of golf at the time. Gene Sarazen, one of only five golfers ever to win the career grand slam in golf majors, won the open event in Tijuana back in 1930.
One of the real highlights of playing Campestre are the caddies. I love to walk the course and having them carry your bag as well as offering tips in course management and the right break on the greens makes even this seasoned hacker feel like a pro on the PGA tour for a day. Both carts and caddies are available for rent.
30 minutes north from Las Gaviotas, directly in the middle of Tijuana on Agua Caliente Blvd just a few blocks north of the race track. Green Fees $53-64 including cart. Blue Tees - Par 72, 6859 yds, Slope 125, rating 71.9.