Jack Nicklaus has paid a visit to his signature course at the Quivira residential development in Los Cabos, Mexico.
GCA reported that work was underway at the site at the tip of the Baja peninsula in March, and Nicklaus recently attended an event at the site where he shared his final designs for the 18-hole course.
“This property affords us a rare opportunity because of its topographic diversity and natural environment,” Nicklaus said. “We’re taking advantage of this natural setting to create a very special golf experience. Our team will work with the canvas Mother Nature has provided to create one of the most spectacular courses in the world.”
The announcement is a further development in the Quivira Los Cabos project, and will be the sixteenth course Nicklaus has designed in Mexico. It will take the number of courses designed by Jack Nicklaus Design in Mexico to 24 – far more than any other developer in the country.
The course almost reaches the 7,200 yards mark, and once completed, Quivira Los Cabos will be Jack Nicklaus’ 300th completed course.