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This course has been lightheartedly described as “one of the most challenging in Mexico,” yet the overall the course is considered forgiving by even novice golfers. “Creating the most exciting championship 18 hole golf course in Mexico” was the challenge given to the team of Von Hagge, Smelek and Baril. The result, a 7,239 yard masterpiece.
Additional services payable at the course
Yardage & Scorecard
How to get there
El Tigre in Nuevo Vallarta is about a 30 minute cab ride from downtown Puerto Vallarta (about US$12-15). If your group is a foursome you might prefer a van, check with your hotel concierge. Hotels close to this golf course.
Comments for Paradise Village Golf Course "El Tigre"
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From a total of 17 users
Fantastic and priced to please!Rated:
by Mark&Christine B. from USA
Written 3 years ago
My fiance and I had a super day in early June at El Tigre which is part of the Paradise Village Beach Resort&Golf Club. We stayed at the resort for only three days but enjoyed their fabulous beach when we weren't out on the course.
The El Tigre actually is named after Tigers that are enclosed on the 17th or is it the 16th hole? We were shuttled from the Paradise Village to the club house&pro shop where we rented Taylor clubs. The staff were very helpful and the service was good. The course was beautiful, so much so that we played a second time and I loved the twilight price! Complaining about the price of golf in Vallarta is like complaining about too much green on a golf course.
Anybody priced golf in Cabo?
El Tigre is challenging for a resort course. Yeah the traps are challenging and it is long course but it's in tip-top condition. I last played at Tucker's Point in Bermuda and I'd come down here and play the El Tigre any time.
The Spa facilities on the upper level were inviting.
No Wait, Super Course, Great ServiceRated:
by chuck birba from usa
Written 4 years ago
Certainly tough during the heat. Wish i could play every day.
Punched Greens No WayRated:
by Dan from USA
Written 4 years ago
We played El Tigre in 2007 and went back to play in March 2008. This year they started us out on the back nine, we learned why when we went to hit our second shot on the front. They had just punched and sanded the greens on 1 -9. I don't normally pay $175 USD to play on greens that were just punched. The staff at El Tigre said nothing about this and offered no discounts. I went to the pro-shop after the round and they were unapologetic and had no intention of trying to satisfy our problem, therefore, I will never play at El Tigre again. I expect a golf course to let me know when they have just done major maintenance, sure, we probably would have still played, but there is no way I would have paid full price!
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