Course Specifics

·18 Holes, Par 72

·Tee boxes, length and slope rating:

  Tourments tees 7,024 - 73.8/137

  Advance tees 6,562 - 71.7/131

  Average tees 6,123 - 69.5/123

  Ladies tees 5,078 - 69.0/119

·100% Paspalum turf

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Hole No. 1

Par 5 | 509 Yards

The 509-yard par 5 plays slightly down hill and is into the prevailing ocean breeze. No bunkers on this hole but you will need to work the ball around two large fig trees that come into play. The first is off the right of the tee shot at about 150 yards. The second is on the left side and can be in play for the shot into the green. The green is medium size and sits right to left.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 2

Par 3 | 131 Yards

The first of El Camaleón's mangrove holes, this par 3 is 131 yards and into the prevailing winds. The hole plays left to right while the green sits right to left and is guarded on the left by a large bunker. The ball is best played down the right side of the fairway for the best angle into the green. Shots not landing on green grass are most likely lost in the dense mangroves.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 3

Par 4 | 413 Yards

This short par 4 at 413 yards has two forced carries and may be the most challenging hole on the front nine. Into the wind, it is also in the mangroves and plays left to right to an elevated green that is guarded by deep and large bunkers on the right.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 4

Par 4 | 376 Yards

Welcome to the beach on this short par 4! Measuring only 376 yards, this hole plays straight into the strong Caribbean breeze making club selection very important. Enjoy this breathtaking ocean hole with clear views to the Caribbean and the Island of Cozumel.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 5

Par 4 | 394 Yards

This par 4 is 394 yards and brings you back into the protected mangroves of Mayakoba. Bordered on the left by one of El Camaleón's signature canals, the hole plays right to left with a medium-sized green tucked directly in front of the Fairmont Mayakoba. You will need three shots to find the green on this beautiful hole.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 6

Par 4 | 312 Yards

A par 4 at 312 yards plays up hill and with the wind. As El Camaleón is constantly changing, you are now back in the selva - or forest. The hole plays left to right and a good drive will leave a short- or mid-iron into the largest green on the course. Take a moment to enjoy the view of the deepest canals at Mayakoba to the right of the green.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 7

Par 3 | 104 Yards

This hole is a 105-yard par 3 that plays left to right. The wide fairway is split by a unique cenote (cave) that provides a great target for your drive. The green sits left to right and is guarded by bunkers left and right. A good drive and solid 3-wood will leave you with a 9 iron or less into the green.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 8

Par 5 | 500 Yards

A par 5 that plays 500 yards from the back tee. The tees are separated from the approach and green by a large waste area, and the long narrow green sits slightly right to left. A shot long and to the right will find the second cenote on the course.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 9

Par 4 | 374 Yards

This par 4 is 374 yards and is the first true test at El Camaleón. The fairway is wide with a bunker right, but a mishit or weak drive will leave you with a wood or long iron into this small green that has bunkers front right and back left.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 10

Par 3 | 144 Yards

Our longest par 3 at 144 yards. The hole plays downhill and the green is perched alongside a breathtaking quarry of crystal clear water. A shot to the middle of this deep green will feed to the back and caution should be taken for the limestone cliffs to the right of this green. Enjoy the quarry views and one of the best bird-watching locations at El Camaleón.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 11

Par 4 | 299 Yards

One of the few birdie opportunities at El Camaleón, this straightaway par 4 is 299 yards and the tee shot must carry the canal and waste area. The green sits right to left and falls back to front. Dense forest completely surrounds this hole to catch any wayward shots.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 12

Par 4 | 403 Yards

This very long par 4 may have no bunkers, but plays very difficult into the prevailing wind. From the back tees, the hole plays straight away at 403 yards. The fairway is very wide and cut into the existing terrain to help feed balls back to the middle. The green is raised and is small considering the heavy slopes that surround it, so approach shots are best played high and soft.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 13

Par 5 | 451 Yards

The only hole at El Camaleón to begin in the forest and end in the mangroves, this medium length par 5 can be tricky! Measured at 451 yards, the wind is prevalent and the landing areas grow continuously more narrow as you make your way to this small green. Don't be fooled by the false front bunker in front, the medium size green extends further back than it appears!

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 14

Par 4 | 387 Yards

One of El Camaleón's most challenging holes, this par 4 measures 387 yards into the wind and is carved delicately from the dense mangroves. The tee shot plays right to left and the fairway is very welcoming. Your drive is best placed to the right of the fairway for the best angle into the elevated green that is guarded by a large bunker left. Two great shots will be required to reach this green and par should be considered a great score!

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 15

Par 3 | 128 Yards

Bring out your camera for the signature hole of El Camaleón! A par 3 of 128 yards and running alongside the Caribbean, the strong ocean breeze will play an important part in your club selection. Enjoy the sweeping views of Cozumel and the world's second-largest coral reef. Getting back to golf, this tricky green sits right to left on a natural dune ridge and is guarded by a single bunker to the front left of the green.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 16

Par 5 | 471 Yards

The true birdie-hole of the back nine, this traditional par 5 plays as a 471 yard par 4 for the Mayakoba Golf Classic. The hole plays left to right to a very wide fairway. The large green sits left to right and is well-guarded by bunkers both right and left.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 17

Par 4 | 315 Yards

This short par 4 plays directly between a limestone canal and the Fairmont Mayakoba. The green sits only two yards from the canal so be sure not to miss left. The prudent play is to leave the driver in the bag and make sure the balls stays in play on this very tricky par 4.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

Hole No. 18

Par 4 | 412 Yards

What a way to finish! This eloquent finishing hole is 412 yards long, up hill and with the prevailing wind. The fairway is well bunkered, but those who find it will be rewarded with a straightforward shot to the green. The unique design of the clubhouse will provide a good target to this medium size green with several bunkers guarding the right side. A good challenging hole to finish the round at El Camaleón.

Please note: Hole numbers displayed in the flyover videos refer to El Camaleón Golf Club's course routing for resort play. Tournament play follows the routing as indicated here on the official Tournament Web site.

·Two breathtaking seaside holes

·Water comes into play on all but three holes

·Four cenotes (natural subterranean caves) also come into play

·Driving range and short game practice facility

·All golf carts are equipped with advanced GPS Visage RT+ yardage and golfer assistance systems. Golfers can view flyovers of each  hole, keep score electronically, monitor scores in other groups and  even order food and beverages from their cart

·Clubhouse with Shower/locker facilities

·Fully Stocked golf shop

·Fine dining restaurants and convenient acess to beverage carts