Get out on the fairway this summer and play some of the finest golf courses in the Mexican Caribbean. Grand Residences owners, members and guests are entitled to special rates for play at these courses in Cancun and the Riviera Maya and there are fun tournaments too.

 

Puerto Cancun

Designed by Tom Weiskopf, Cancún’s newest course stretches for 7,241 yards between the bay and Puerto Cancun marina. Holes 15 and 16 overlook the beach and Hole 18 is the most challenging. Marina Town Center mall is nearby with a collection of restaurants and bars for post-round meals and refreshments.

 

Iberostar Cancun Golf Club

Iberostar Cancun

Located in the Cancun Hotel Zone, Iberostar Cancun is a 6,734-yard par 72 course between El Rey archaeological site and Nichupte Lagoon. The most challenging hole is the 14th hole par three. Keep a look out for the crocodiles that love to bask in the sun on some of the greens.

 

El Camaleón Mayakoba

Designed by Greg Norman, this 7,024-yard par 72 Riviera Maya course has a jungle and mangrove setting with cenotes, canals, rock outcrops and beach views. It hosts the Mayakoba Golf Classic PGA Tournament that draws a field of leading players on the circuit each year.

Gran Coyote

Designed by Nick Price, Gran Coyote (formerly Grand Coral) is located behind The Royal Haciendas in CoraSol, Riviera Maya. This 7,050-yard course has challenging bunkers and water features. Hole 7 is the most difficult one to play.

 

iberostar Playa Paraiso Golf Club

Iberostar Playa Paraíso

Designed by P.B. Dye, this Riviera Maya 6,800-yard par 72 championship course has features including a river of rocks and a replica of Chichén Itzá’s famous El Castillo pyramid. The 18th hole par 5 is the most challenging.

Booking Tee Times

Your Concierge will help you to book tee times (reservations one day before), ask for information about rates and transportation. And for more golfing fun, sign up for our weekly tournaments at the different courses, your Concierge has all the details.

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