Pok-Ta-Pok

Pok-Ta-Pok

Named for the ancient Mayan ball game, this course’s signature feature is 1,000 year-old Mayan ruins. Located in the Cancun Hotel Zone, the 18-hole Pok-Ta-Pok golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., with views of the Nichupte Lagoon and small sandstone relics. Services include a driving range, two putting greens, and a restaurant with waterfront views. Thirsty on the course?  Roving golf cart bars often pass by.  

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