is what it's all about at Bajamar! The quality of the course has improved considerably
under the new management. In addition to the original 18 holes, an additional 9 holes are
now open, with several greens running right along the ocean bluffs! (see photo at top of
page). Nine more holes are on the way, and will add new challenges for future visitors.
For information on golf tours to Bajamar, check out BAJA MOTION TOURS
Bajamar GOLF RESORT
Telephone (800) 225-2418 * (619) 299-1112.
27 holes / par 71 ~ 5972 yards on first 18 holes / carts / putting area / pro shop
restaurant / bar / hotel - golf packages.
The original 18 holes consists of the front nine "Vista" course (view), and
the back nine "Lagos" course (lakes). In 1997 the "Oceana" course
opened (ocean), offering several spectacular holes right on the low bluffs above the
Pacific Ocean. When the waves are crashing against the cliffs, the sea spray will refresh
you on several of these holes!
Each of the nine holes has a restroom located about half way through, and courtesy
carts cruise the course with snacks and drinks!
Golf cart key deposits run $5. The starter window is located on the left side of the
club house, and most of the staff will do their best to keep you happy.
In addition to the original 18 holes, 9 new holes have recently opened up at Bajamar.
This "Oceana" course has a few holes located right above the surf, offering
great 'Pebble Beach' ocean views. Another 9 holes are on the way, which will make Bajamar
the only resort in the state with such a variety!
The coast along Bajamar is good for kayaking, especially in the morning when the water
is glassy. From inside the resort, it's best to ask for permission to launch. From just
north or south of the resort, launching permission is rarely necessary.
Easier access to the coast for kayaking can be found about 8 miles south of Baja Mar at
Playa Saldamando, off the coastal road at Km. 95. The dirt road takes you right down by
the water for easy launching! The coast here is usually protected from the wind because of
the tall bluffs, so kayaking can be good all day long!
Because the bottom drops of rather rapidly along the Bajamar coast, the surf usually
breaks close to shore. A good surf beach (right break) is available 10 minutes down the
coast at San Miguel, right after the toll station. Also, about ten minutes south of Baja
Mar at Km. 95, Playa Saldamando offers good waves when a swell is pumping, and rarely gets
blown out because the tall mountains block the wind.