The Westin Resort & Spa, Cancun

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Boulevard Kukulcan KM 20, Cancun, Quintana Roo, 77500, Mexico  

Local Time Phone (52)(998) 848 7400

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Cancun Golf - The Westin Cancun Resort & Spa

Cancun Golf Near The Westin Resort & Spa

The golf courses in Cancún and across the Riviera Maya are as challenging as they are breathtaking. Designed by some of the game’s greatest legends, including Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, Greg Norman and Pete Dye, each is a work of art framed by Caribbean waters, white-sand beaches, tropical vegetation and native wildlife. You can even watch your drive sail through the air with ancient Mayan temples in the background.

The warm, inviting climate of Cancún makes it an ideal location for experts and beginners alike to enjoy the game year-round. Inquire with the Concierge for course details and tee times.


Check out our list of Nearby Golf Courses:

Cancun Golf Club at Pok ta Pok - 5-10 minutes from the resort:
Where else are 1,000-year-old archaeological ruins considered “natural hazards” of golf? Situated in the heart of the Hotel Zone, this one-of-a-kind Cancun golf course is steeped in the presence of the ancient Mayans. In addition to the championship 18-hole course, amenities include a fully stocked pro shop, a driving range and two putting greens.

Hilton Cancun Golf Club – 5-10 minutes from the resort:
An emerald gem surrounded by the lush mangrove jungles and indigenous wildlife of Nichupte Lagoon, this par-72, 18-hole course will test your skills with 80 sand traps and dramatic hole layouts.  

The Moon Palace Golf Course – 20 minutes from the resort:
Featuring three 9-hole courses designed by Jack Nicklaus (one of only two Nicklaus-designed courses in Cancun), this championship golf club challenges golfers of all handicaps with three distinctive layouts: Dunes & Jungle, Jungle & Lakes, and Lakes & Dunes.

El Camaleon Mayakoba – 30 minutes from the resort:
Like the chameleon for which it’s named, this Greg Norman course offers a constantly changing array of views, landscapes and challenges as it winds among tropical jungles, mangrove forests, lagoons and cenotes (subterranean caves) before finishing at the edge of the Caribbean Sea.

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