Designed by legendary Australian golfer Greg Norman and inaugurated in 2006, El Camaleon Golf Course made golf history in 2007 when it became the home of the OHL CLASSIC at Mayakoba, the first PGA Tour event to be contested outside the US and Canada. Like the chameleon, from which it takes its name, the course offers constantly changing views as it winds through three diverse ecosystems: the tropical Mayan jungle, mangrove wetlands and the Mexican Caribbean Sea coastline. Distinctive hazards such as cenotes (sink holes), extensive bunkers and crystal-clear fresh water canals are unique features of El Camaleon, certified by Audubon International for its commitment to the environment.
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Gespeeld op: 30 januari 2020 Beoordelingsdatum: 15 april 2020Handicap: 8
El Camaleon Golf Club is a part of excellent luxury Mayakoba Resort and it is located in the heart of the Riviera Maya, next to Playa del Carmen and about 30 minutes south of Cancun Airport. The course was designed by Greg Norman and just one year after its opening in 2007 El Camaleón made golf history when it became the first PGA Tour venue outside USA and Canada and a …
Gespeeld op: 17 januari 2019 Beoordelingsdatum: 8 maart 2019Handicap: 9
Where to start... What makes this golf course so good is the extreme high quality of basically everything on the golf course. The maintenance, the staff, the bunkers, the greens and the architecture, everything is perfect.
Hole 7 and 15 are my favorites. The coastline make these short par-3 so special. The course is, if you play from the right set of tees, just as Norma…
Opened in the Spring of 2006, El Camaleon certainly lives up to its’ namesake. Like a lizard capable of changing colors according to their surroundings, this course delicately winds itself through the natural beauty of sensitive jungle, mangrove swamp, limestone canals and magnificent ocean vistas. Norman was quoted as saying “with three distinct landscapes and a commitme…