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PGA Praises Diamante Cabo San Lucas Crystal Lagoons Amenity

03/18/2020

Diamante Cabo San Lucas has gained fame for being a leading golf destination boasting two spectacular seaside golf courses – with one course being ranked No. 1 in Latin America and the second designed by renowned sportsman, Tiger Woods. However, the resort-private community also hosts a unique, state-of-the-art crystalline lagoon powered by Crystal Lagoons® sustainable technology, recommended by the PGA of America, experts on the business and game of golf.

Additionally, to the world-class golf courses, Diamante Cabo San Lucas is anchored by a 10-acre saltwater which allows for the practice of a wide array of watersports, form stand-up paddleboards to kayaks, while others choose to take a relaxing swim next to one of the many cabanas. It’s 12 feet at its deepest point, averages about seven feet in depth and they’ve planned for seven zero-entry beach areas.

The sustainable technology developed and patented by Crystal Lagoons have converted the lagoons into the world’s top amenity, improving the lives of people around the world.

The extraordinary advantages offered by this technology, its low construction and maintenance costs and its sustainable properties, have allowed Crystal Lagoons to have a portfolio of more than 600 projects in different stages of operation, planning, design and construction in more than 60 countries worldwide. Furthermore, it enables low water consumption, using up to 30 times less water than a golf course.

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