Grand Solmar Pacific Dunes: Top 100 Golf Resorts in the World

Quick Facts

  • Number of Rooms

  • Amenities

    Spa / pool / water sports / lagoon cabanas / gym / bike tour
  • Number of courses

  • Course designers

    Greg Norman

Resort Overview

In early 2020, in what now seems like another lifetime, just prior to lockdowns and more than two years before the launch of LIV, Greg Norman cut the ribbon on a new course in Cabo. The name has since changed, but Norman’s design remains the same. Against a backdrop worthy of a Baja postcard, the inviting routing moves from high-desert terrain with ample ocean vistas to lower-lying, links-like stretches along the water, punctuated by an island-green par-3 17th hole. Though the course itself is not encroached by homes, a luxe resort spreads around it, spliced by hiking trails, dotted with swimming pools and equipped with an array of luxe amenities, including a spa with outdoor treatment rooms.



A 7,260-yard golf course designed by Greg Norman, offering breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean.


The resort’s beachfront setting allows guests to enjoy soft sandy shores, dramatic ocean views, and the soothing sounds of the waves.


Many of the accommodations feature private balconies or terraces with ocean views, providing a tranquil and comfortable retreat.

3 things to know

  • Best time to go

    November to March
  • Best non-golf ammenity

  • Insider Tip

    Arrange a boat tour from Cabo San Lucas to explore Land’s End, a picturesque rock formation at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula.