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A Tom Fazio Signature

Award-winning architect Tom Fazio drew inspiration from the vivid landscape, creating Querencia as his first project in Mexico. “Once I experienced this land, I knew it was an extraordinary setting for world-class golf. I’ve designed the course to maximize views of downtown San Jose del Cabo and the Sea of Cortez and provide a fair balance of risks and rewards.”

PRINTABLE SCORECARD
HOLE
Black
Gold
Men's Combo
Blue
White
Red
Ladies' Combo
PAR
Men's Handicap
Women's Handicap
OUT
426
393
369
369
338
303
338
246
205
184
184
165
110
110
393
368
368
343
325
279
325
552
540
503
503
453
423
423
373
353
353
335
314
273
273
439
412
412
390
364
297
297
343
321
321
294
257
237
257
197
177
177
162
147
124
124
595
567
532
532
513
453
513
3564
3336
3219
3112
2876
2499
2660
4
3
4
5
4
4
4
3
5
36
5
7
17
17
9
5
1
1
3
3
7
11
13
15
15
13
11
9

Hole-by-Hole

A generous fairway is provided on this opening hole. Favor the right side of the fairway and you should only have a mid to short iron left for your approach. Enjoy the vista in front of you but you don’t want to be long to this “infinity” green.

This is a difficult looking par 3. Play toward the left side to take advantage of the left to right sloping fairway and green. Pay extra attention to club selection when there is a long or short pin placement on this large undulating green.

On this medium length par 4, you don’t have to hit it long to be in good position. A drive slightly right of center will roll to a perfect spot on the fairway. The green slopes from right to left and back to front.

Being conservative off the tee will be an advantage on this dramatic par 5. Play your tee shot toward the fairway bunker, and your second shot right of center toward the forward fairway bunker. This will leave you with short yardage to the green. The pin position will determine the direction of break. The green slopes predominantly from right to left.