Diamante joins a list of the world’s most impressive and famous courses, including St. Andrews in Scotland and the Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters.
Diamante debuts at No. 58 on the list, the second highest ranking of the four new entries to the Top 100 Courses in the World. The magazine called the course “a memorable test carved from ocean dunes in Mexico’s Cabo San Lucas.” The course is also the highest ranked course ever in Mexico.
GOLF Magazine’s Top 100 in the World Rankings are the most respected rankings in the world. Established in 1979, the biennial survey examines more than 37,000 courses. A confidential vote by the 100 member panel determines the exclusive list. GOLF Magazine reaches more than 6 million readers every month and is considered the industry’s leading golf publication.