Golfing in Paradise
Mexico's Baja Peninsula Provides Challenging Courses with Incredible Vistas
From the Print Edition:
Tom Selleck, Winter 95/96
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I felt a deep satisfaction when I conquered some of the holes across arroyos, deserts and bits of ocean. I was not upset even when I hit poor shots; Nicklaus and Jones have carved golf holes into a memorable setting here. Time after time I would listen as a desert bird sang, or watch as a lovely lime-colored butterfly fluttered by. This is golf at its generous best, hole after delicious hole, shimmering where the desert and the mountains meet the sea.
Lorne Rubenstein writes a golf column for The Globe and Mail in Toronto.
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