The 2018 Mexican Golf Open is approaching!
A Mexican Golf Tournament
After a year of absence, the 59th Mexican Golf Open returns! The 2018 edition will take place in one of the oldest clubs in the country, the Club Campestre de Tijuana, from March 22 to 25. Also, the organizers of the tournament announced that the accumulated price would be 175 thousand dollars.
Approximately 40 Mexicans will participate in the tournament looking to take the first place. In addition, renowned golf players like Percy Clifford, Ted Purdy, and Troy Merrit will contend for the first place.
Practice your swing in El Camaleón Mayakoba
Cataloged among the best golf courses in the Mexican Republic, the Mayakoba Camaleón is the perfect place to practice your golf skills. This extraordinary and exclusive course was designed by the legendary Australian golfer Greg Norman, better known as the “great white shark.”
With a total of 7,027 yards and 18 holes par 72, the multi-faceted golf course offers three different ecosystems. The impressive and beautiful mangroves, the mysterious Mayan jungle and the turquoise blue sea of the Mexican Caribbean. Thanks to these ecosystems, golfers will be able to admire some of the most beautiful species of the Riviera Maya, such as the spider monkey, coatis or iguanas.
Among other amenities, the golf club has the privilege of holding Jim McLean’s only school in Latin America. It also offers classes for players of all levels, from beginners to advanced. In addition, in the Pro Shop, you can find golf clothing for men and women, gloves and a wide variety of balls of the best quality. The club has a PGA Tour style dressing room, with individual lockers, beautiful and elegant showers, and a TV room.
On the second floor of the Club House, is Koba Restaurant. Here you can relax before and after a round of golf and enjoy a delicious variety of dishes. In addition, you can enjoy the panoramic and chameleonic views of the golf course.
Fall in love with golf and practice your swing at Mayakoba Residences.