Sun and Fun Golf Association - Golf Travel Specialists

Accommodations:

Sun and Fun Golf Association
71 Burbank Drive Palm Coast, FL 32137
info@sunandfungolfassociation.com
+1 (904) 823-3083

Marquis Los Cabos All Inclusive Resort & Spa is a sleek and modern all-suite, adults-only property located on a narrow stretch of sandy beach. The expansive all-white lobby features huge archways that look out onto the ocean and mountains. Hacienda-style rooms have colorful artwork with traditional Mexican images, gorgeous bathrooms with giant soaking tubs, and a wet bar that is refilled daily, but older amenities include tube TVs. All suites are ocean-facing and have balconies with generous seating. Amenities were designed for adults looking to relax, including the stunning infinity pool, huge spa, spacious fitness center, six gourmetrestaurants, and two bars.

The spacious suites include a sofa bed, desk, satellite TV, cd player, furnished balcony, hot tub, separate shower, double sink, luxury toiletries and bed linens, mini-bar refreshed daily and lap top size safe. Coffee amenity served every morning with sweet rolls. Daily cleaning and turn down service.

Puerto Los Cabos features a rare composite design by two of the sport’s most legendary figures. At present, the club features two distinctive nines designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus. (Each nine offers a preview of a future 18-hole layout to be built by each architect). Both layouts are etched into rolling desert foothills back-dropped by the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains, with all 18 holes perched high above the Sea of Cortes, the pristine coastline and the resort’s marina.

The Mission Course, a 3,590-yard, par 36 creation by Norman that serves as the front nine has over 400 feet of elevation change. With its large, flashed-faced bunkers used to signpost the fairways and defend the greens, the layout reveals Norman’s fondness for Australia’s classic Sandbelt courses.  

The club’s 3,871-yard, par 37 Marina Course, by Jack Nicklaus, features rippling fairways, undulating greens and sculpted bunkers. The Marina Course skirts the new Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort and brings players to the sea at the beach side par-3 15th hole, its target a tiny green tucked in the dunes. Amazingly, all of the holes on both nines at Puerto Los  Cabos offer expansive panoramic views of the coastline and sea.   A full range of food and beverage (included in green fee) is served at a pair of on- course culinary palapas, complete with bartender and chefs.  Visit the Shark’s Cove on the front nine (Mission Course) and then enjoy the Bear’s Den while playing the back nine (Marina Course).

Length, slope and rating for each tee
Tee / Par / Yardage / Slope / Rating
Red (W) 73 / 5169 / 126 / 73.1

Green 73 / 5785 / 128 / 69.8

Silver 73 / 6321 / 131 / 70.9

Black 73 / 7461 / 145 / 75.9


Club Campestre San Jose, designed by the world-famous Jack Nicklaus Signature enterprise, is home to 18 picture-perfect, championship-style holes of golf. With spectacular views of the Sea of Cortez, canyons and mountains, Club Campestre San José invites you to enjoy the incredible panoramic views, dramatic elevation changes, and undulating championship greens of a first-rate Mexico golf club. Created with masterful precision and challenging elegance, this unique Mexico golf course is nestled in the foothills of the Sierras and allows the golfer to enjoy breathtaking ocean views from every hole on the course.
Club Campestre is the first course to use the saltwater-resistant "Paspalum" grass, which means that its maintenance is more effective at local latitudes and under local desert conditions. This revolution in golf course design will make for a brilliantly maintained golf course, year round.
With spectacular views of the Sea of Cortez and desert mountains, Club Campestre will offer anyone who plays a fantastic golf experience.

Length, slope and rating for each tee
Tee / Par / Yardage / Slope / Rating
Red(W) 71 / 4957 / 127 / 71.3
White 71 / 5672 / 117 / 67.3
Blue 71 / 6168 / 121 / 69.0
Black 71 / 7055 / 137 / 73.5

Cabo Real Golf Club features a multi-themed, target-style course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. The recent reversal of the club’s nines have greatly enhanced the layout’s flow and drama. In its current configuration, Cabo Real's front nine, completely refashioned by Jones from a pre-existing layout, provides a scenic, gentle test with broad fairways tumbling down to the Sea of Cortes, notably at the short par-4 fifth, which plays across an arroyo en route to the beach. The par-3 6th hole, is propped up on a seaside bluff, which looking back will reward you with a view of endless palm trees and beautiful white sand beach.  

With breathtaking holes chiseled into desert foothills at the foot of rugged mountain peaks, Cabo Real’s longer back nine presents a great test of golf. Free-form bunkers and small, elevated greens combine with fairways that play along ridge tops, to provide an expansive feel. The 14th hole, at 454 yards, runs along the edge of a steep canyon to a green carved into a precipice at the layout’s highest point—nearly 500 feet above the sea. The short par-4 17th hole is a study in clean lines. This right-to-left dogleg is punctuated by two large fairway bunkers, a sentinel cactus and a small green benched into the base of a hill. From an elevated tee, the brawny par-4 18th hole is a classic finishing hole that will force you to navigate the crossing arroyo on the right and the expansive lake on the left.
Host to two PGA Senior Slam events (1996, 1999), Cabo Real offers a memorable, well-balanced test of golf. Uphill holes generally play downwind, while downhill holes usually play into the prevailing onshore breeze. Jones and his design team artfully contoured the green complexes and containment mounds to mimic the shapes of the richly hued mountain peaks in the Sierra de la Laguna that frame the course.
Length, slope and rating for each tee
Tee / Par / Yardage / Slope / Rating
Red (W) 72 / 4947 / 123 / 69.1
White 72 / 5711 / 125 / 68.0
Blue 72 / 6151 / 130 / 70.4
Black 72 / 6848 / 139 / 73.3


Los Cabos is one of those rare places where the desert meets the sea and although this place is recognized as a world class fishing destination, the SFGA will visit for the the golf. For those who join us, you'll be glad you did!

Saturday, January 25, 2020:
Participants arrive at Los Cabos International Airport & Transfer to Marquis Los Cabos Resort. 
5:00pm- Orientation followed by Welcome Reception
6:00pm- Welcome Dinner

Sunday, January 26, 2020:
7:00am- Breakfast begins in the Vista Ballenas Restaurant
10:00am- Meet in lobby for transfer to Golf Course
11:00am- Tee times begin at Club Campestre San Jose Golf Course – a Jack Nicklaus design
PM- Dinner is included at a choice of five restaurants

Monday, January 27, 2020:
7:00am- Breakfast begins in the Vista Ballenas Restaurant
10:00am- Meet in lobby for transfer to Golf Course
11:00am- Tee times begin at Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course – snacks & drinks are included during play
PM- Dinner is included at a choice of five restaurants

Tuesday, January 28, 2020:
7:00am- Breakfast in the Vista Ballenas Restaurant
AM- No golf is scheduled so everyone can relax and enjoy the many resort amenities
PM- Dinner is included at a choice of five restaurants

Wednesday, January 29, 2020:
7:00am- Breakfast begins in the Vista Ballenas Restaurant
10:00am- Meet in lobby for transfer to Cabo Real Golf Course
11:00am- Tee times begin at Cabo Real Golf Course – a Robert Trent Jones II design
PM- Dinner is included at a choice of five restaurants

Thursday, January 30, 2020:
7:00am- Breakfast begins in the Vista Ballenas Restaurant
10:00am- Meet in lobby for transfer to Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course
11:00am- Tee times begin at Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course – snacks & drinks are included during play
6:00pm- Cocktail Reception followed by Awards Dinner

Friday, January 31, 2020:
7:00am- Breakfast begins in the Vista Ballenas Restaurant

AM- Check out of hotel for transport to Los Cabos International Airport - Have a safe flight home! 
 

Los Cabos II Golf Adventure

Los Cabos, Mexico

​January 25 - 31, 2020

Below is a slide show from our last trip to Los Cabos.

Tentative Itinerary:

Golf Course Information: