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canucklehead
9/10/2020 15:55 EST

Hi,
I'm a 20 handicapper who would like to play a few rounds of golf in and around Jalisco and Guanajuato on my next vacation. The only thing is I don't want to pay US$130 per round. Something around half of that would be the maximum. It doesn't have to be a championship course or have a five star dining room in the clubhouse. Just want to have a pleasant experience without someone's hands in my wallet at every turn. Can anyone direct me to average to good reasonably priced courses or give me tips on where I might find deals on green fees? Thanks.

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Laguy
9/13/2020 17:22 EST

I play in Jalisco (Puerto Vallarta) a lot when I’m there and I’ve never found any bargains. You might get a lower green fee if you tee off late. The good news is the courses are very good. Nickolas, Weiscoff designs. The Marina is tough with a lot of character. Watch out for the alligators!

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canucklehead
9/15/2020 13:26 EST

Thanks for the info. Could you give me a ballpark figure for green fees and the extras that are tacked on for that course? Maybe I could justify one expensive round out of several.

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Laguy
9/15/2020 17:45 EST

The vista courses (Nicklaus and Weiskoff) I paid $225 us. The marina was $150. Not sure what the afternoon prices are. If you use Golfnow, you should see the prices. Have fun.?

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Laguy
9/15/2020 17:45 EST

The vista courses (Nicklaus and Weiskoff) I paid $225 us. The marina was $150. Not sure what the afternoon prices are. If you use Golfnow, you should see the prices. Have fun.?

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canucklehead
9/15/2020 19:01 EST

Yikes! LOL
Thanks again though

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dylanwoo
10/9/2020 08:17 EST

Hi everybody!

I enjoy this thread to ask a question I have before moving from the UK to Mexico.

I am a big golf lover, and I'm planning on visiting the best courses we can find on the country (I heard of a couple of them!).

In the UK, we are pretty used to have insurance for everything, including golf, so I was wondering if this is the same for Mexico...

If yes, is there any website that can be found to compare quotes? In the UK, I am used to compare through a platform such as HelloSafe (for those interested: https://hello-safe.co.uk/golf-insurance) or Insurify, I'd like to have access to the same kind of stuff here in Mexico.

Thanks in advance for your help!

Take care everybody (where your face mask!)

Dylan

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18holes
10/11/2020 10:26 EST

I live on this golf course. Right now the numbers of non-member players are restricted. For more information visit this link or call this # :

July 27, 2020

In compliance with municipal regulations, Country Club de Chapala HAS LIMITED ACCESS for up to sixteen (16) non-member players per day. Non-members can contact our Pro Shop at 376-763-5136 to reserve a tee time. Thank you!

http://www.ccchapala.com/CCChapala/Default.asp

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stevenlloyd
10/11/2020 16:33 EST

What are the requirements for becoming a member?

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18holes
10/11/2020 17:25 EST

This link will give you all of the information for the qualification for membership.

http://www.ccchapala.com/CCChapala/PDF/Membership%20Data%20sheet%20EN%20ES%202020.pdf

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canucklehead
10/12/2020 12:35 EST

That's really great information! Thanks so much. Hopefully I'll be able to get in a round in November.

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18holes
10/13/2020 08:47 EST

You are welcome! I hope you can enjoy your game and this beautiful weather!

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