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Many tourist destinations in Mexico can offer visitors a spectacular range of uncountable beauties and Manzanillo is one of them. Not only does it have one of the best and most attractive seas of the Mexican Pacific it also possess some of the most spectacular golf courses.When arriving in Manzanillo the traveler knows he will find multiple options to practice and enjoy the most elegant of sports: golf.
This colorful port bathed by the Pacific Ocean with beautiful bays and an unique sunset is the perfect environment for the most demanding of golf players in order to enjoy the best tournaments.
Not only is Manzanillo located on a spectacular zone for this sport, but it also has great weather for it.
Golf courses in Manzanillo are located in the best areas of the port. Some are located in the most exclusive hotels reason why players not only enjoy the game but also breathtaking scenarios. Most holes not only have great views but also great difficulty, which constitutes a challenge for any player.
Isla Navidad course is a 27 hole one. It's considered one of the best worldwide because it has some of the best facilities in the world. It has a clubhouse, restaurant, cafeteria, bar and a boutique.
Las Hadas golf course is one of the best in the world. It's an 18 hole course and under strict maintenance. Some of the best instructors can be found here. The exuberant vegetation makes a perfect frame together with the Moorish Mediterranean architecture and the combination produces one of the best courses on a world level basis.
Private Club El Tamarindo counts with a professional 18-hole course 6 of them at sea front. Its greens are big, quick and wavy features that contribute to the extent of difficulty and make the game a little bit more interesting. Another special feature of this course is the thick vegetation that has to be crossed when moving from one hole to the other.
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