Erik Evans has been named Director of Golf at Cabo del Sol. The 36-hole facility is known for its Ocean Course and Desert Course.
The Los Cabos golf scene veteran is a native of Philadelphia and has worked at some of the most esteemed clubs in the world, including the Los Angeles Country Club. Evans worked as Director of Golf at Diamante from 2009 to 2012 and as Head Professional at Querencia from 2012 to 2016.
He said he plans to work on improving the Desert Course to bring it up to par with the Ocean Course as well as improve overall service at Cabo del Sol. According to him, the course will add several golf professionals to serve as instructors and goodwill ambassadors.
Additionally, he plans on installing GPS units in carts.
Opened in 2001, the Desert Course was Tom Weiskopf’s first architectural design in Latin America. Weiskopf built the 7,049-yard course above the Ocean Course, with each hole offering a panoramic view of the Sea of Cortes. The Desert Course travels through cactus-covered mountain foothills and skirts canyon-like barrancas.
The Ocean Course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and stretches across the seashore and combines the region’s ocean, mountain, and desert environment. The 5th and signature 17th holes have been ranked among “The 500 Best Holes in the World” according to Golf Magazine.
There are three resorts at Cabo del Sol including Fiesta Americana Grand, Sheraton Hacienda del Mar, and Premier Resorts de Mexico.
For more information visit the website at cabodelsol.com