PGA Riviera Maya is an impressive landscaping work in which the renowned Robert Trent Jones II has managed to create a spectacular synergy by integrating the golf course into the Mayan jungle, complete with natural lakes and cenotes. This golf resort, which includes another course featuring 9 par-3 holes, was recently acknowledged by Golf Digest magazine to be among the best resorts in Mexico and the Americas. An official partner of the PGA of America
The club is integrated into Mexico's Bahia Principe complex and is located in the Riviera Maya area, about 15 miles from the town of Tulum, currently the trendiest tourist destination in the area. The relationship with the PGA of America is the PGA’s first facility partnership in Latin America to support golfer development and tourism experiences.
It has a spectacular 18-hole golf course, inaugurated in 2010, and features lakes, cenotes, native jungle and a magnificent design with the Robert Trent Jones II seal. The 27 holes were cut deep into a limestone quarry so that their fairways emerged from the natural contours of a dense jungle combined with mangroves. Thanks to their environmental awareness and the use of state-of-the-art technology, the architects of the Robert Trent Jones team managed to efficiently integrate the natural wonders of the area into the design of the course, creating this wonderful piece of landscaping.