“I am addicted. I’m addicted to golf”. It seems that Tiger Woods is not the only one passionate about golf and enjoying this ancient sport; Being surrounded by a mesmerizing turquoise sea, cenotes, and lagoons makes this experience even more enjoyable. The Riviera Maya and Cancun have become a magnet for golf enthusiasts looking for first world gold clubs as well as extraordinary natural scenery and facilities designed by prestigious designers of international stature such as Robert Trent Jones Jr, Jack Nicklaus, and Greg Norman, among others.
Undoubtedly, one of the first golf courses in the Hotel Zone of Cancun is Golf Club Pok Ta Pok; With well maintained meadows and a view overlooking the Nichupte Lagoon and Caribbean Sea, it’s perfect for all types of players. For your convenience this 18 hole golf club connects to the Laguna Suites Golf & Spa Hotel, which is convenient for our guests in helping them with their reservations and golf cart collections on the back of the property.
Designed by the talented Jack Nicklaus, this 18 hole golf club course offers an infinite tranquility where one can find themselves surrounded by mangroves, sea, and lush Mayan vegetation. For golfers who prefer being relatively close to the hotels, the Sunset Royal Beach Resort and Ocean Spa Hotel amongst others, provide the challenges offered by the terrain and maintain proper maintenance of their facilities.
Located on the side of the Nichupte Lagoon, this golf club is perfect for all kinds of players, from beginners to advanced. It is characterized by having complete service from instructors, rental equipment, to drinks and snacks throughout the game. Let this 18 hole golf club surprise you with magical scenery that only Cancun can offer.
As you can see, Cancun and the Riviera Maya are excellent destinations with beautiful beaches and water sports as well as golf clubs designed by real artists, knowledgeable about the needs of golf enthusiasts. If you are ready to start planning your Cancun vacation then click here now!
Written by Magally Vite. Translated by Jessica Garcia.