A challenge for the "warriors of the greens": multiple fields of battle where they can face and overcome with honor 18 enemies. Giving these "soldiers" the motivation they need to do battle are the songs of the tropical birds and being observed under the baleful gaze of a sleepy iguanas who call these playing fields their home. These perfect settings have been designed by the Gods of the sport; carved out of the jungle, surrounded by lagoons, cenotes and the vestiges of the ancient Mayans, themselves great sportsmen, and facing the luminous turquoise-blue waters of the Caribbean Sea.
El Camaleón Mayakobá
Like its name, it is ever changing, bending through three landscapes: jungle,
mangrove and ocean. Host of the Mayakoba Golf Classic, official PGA
Tour event since 2007.
- 18 holes par 72
- Greg Norman Design
- Yardage: Champioship 7024
:984 206 3088 : :Carretera Federal Cancún-Playa del Carmen Km 298. Se encuentra a 68 kilómetros del Aeropuerto Internacional de Cancún : :http://www.mayakobagolfclassic.com
El Manglar Golf Course
The dark tones of natural stone lining pristine lakes, the deep lush hue of the greens and the waste bunkers, convert this course in a garden of delights for golf lovers.
- 18 Holes par 54
- Nicklaus Group Design
- Yardage: Champioship 2923
:984 206 4043 : :Carretera Federal Puerto Morelos-Playa Km. 48 Municipio de Solidaridad C.P. 77710 Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, México : :http://www.vidantagolf.com/
Grand Coral Golf Riviera Maya
Grand Coral Golf Club is a Nick Price’s golfer-friendly creation where everyone will enjoy playing this 18 hole, par 71 course which is 7,043 yards long. It offers a modern club House and exclusive Beach Club.
The Green fee includes: Round trip transportation, golf cart, 2 bottles of water, golf tees, divot repair tool, fresh towels, dressing room whit lockers and safe deposit box. :984 109 6025 : :Carretera Federal Puerto Juarez. Km 294 + 700 Solidaridad, Quintana Roo, Mexico :
Iberostar Playa Paraíso Golf Club
Carved out of the ancient Mayan jungle the course is home to many indigenous animals and boasts dramatic vertical elevation changes.