Cabo San Lucas Country Club recently unveiled a new lighted driving range aimed at allowing golfers to extend their game after sunset.
The new range is located minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas and is the region's only course with views of the iconic sea arch at Land's End.
The spacious facility, situated adjacent to the clubhouse, offers 16 hitting stations (12 artificial turf stations and four natural grass stations), with LED lit flagsticks marking the target greens on the driving range. The club also has short-distance target nets, a floodlit putting green and chipping green and use of free equipment.
Laid out in 1995 by Roy Dye, brother of Pete Dye, and completed by Roy's son Matt Dye, Cabo San Lucas Country Club has one of the longest (7,238 yards) and most challenging courses in Los Cabos. The gently rolling, parkland-style layout, its fairways girdled by long waste bunkers, desert vegetation and sparkling lakes, compares favorably to courses in Palm Springs, CA.