Some of the world’s most challenging and unique golf courses are located in Playa del Carmen and designed by famous professional golfers and architects. Developed within nature’s tropical landscapes, along white-sand Caribbean beaches, and around spectacular Mayan ruins, the regional golf courses have unusual characteristics that add to their dynamic and strategic layout.
Playacar Spa & Golf Club: recognized as the most challenging golf course in the region designed by architect Robert von Hagge; a professional 18-hole golf course of 7,144 yards, par 72, located in the Playacar development in Playa del Carmen.
Iberostar Playa Paraiso Golf Club: one of the toughest golf courses designed by world-renowned golf course architect P.B. Dye.; an 18-hole course of 6,800 yards, par 72, located 30 minutes south of Cancun, north of Playa del Carmen.
El Camaleón Golf Course at the Mayakoba Resort: one of the most dynamic and visually appealing golf courses designed by famous golfer, Greg Norman; an 18-hole course of 7,000 yards, par 72, located 45 minutes south of Cancun just outside of Playa del Carmen.
Grupo Mayan Golf Riviera Maya: a high-precision, executive golf course built around natural formations by professional golfer, Jack Nicklaus; an 18-hole course of 2,923 yards, par 54, located 30 minutes south of Cancun past Puerto Morelos in the Mayan Palace resort.