In the #3 regret of my life, my wife and I purchased timeshare at Los Cabos Golf Club and have playing privileges there if/when we stay. I have some recommendations, not all of them positive. We last went in 2016 or thereabouts, so unless it’s changed, here we go:
First, ammo up before you go - take an extra box of your ball in your luggage. Cabo is so thoroughly dominated by the timeshare-industrial complex that you can’t even buy a used sleeve of Nitros from anywhere other than a pro shop. Cabo even has a WalMart that sells nothing whatsoever golf. If you happen to run out, and it can happen faster at some courses than others, buying rocks at the course will cost you upwards of 50 a dozen, more for premium.
Do not rent clubs unless you’ve verified in advance that they’re not TM Burners from 2008 and the shafts aren’t three full swings away from impaling you in the neck. If you can’t avoid renting, take every club out of the bag before you sign the rental agreement and inspect it thoroughly, especially for cracks. If one breaks on you during play, you’re liable. We got off light at $70 plus shipping when my wife’s 7 iron broke on the way out of the bag, but still, take your own.
This last one is on your own / optional since I haven’t tried it yet but, at San Jose del Cabo airport arrival gate past customs, there’s one way out for Mexicans, and the other way out for tourists. The tourist way out goes through a room full of identically-dressed young men and women whose sole purpose is to get you through fast-talking/stopping you unnecessarily/etc. to sign up for timeshare presentation. This is easy to do when you’re laden down with golf bag and luggage both of which you hucked through Customs/Immigration, even if your head is down and you’re determined to get past everybody and get to your taxi. Just once, I want to see if going out the Mexican way saves me having to ask somebody to step the fuck off me, before I relax and enjoy my sunny Baja vacation.
Anyway, enjoy. I wonder if Loreto is a better deal.