We looked into golf at TPC Cancun and another course, both of which were $250 per player. Decided to take our clubs and see if we could find something close and less expensive. Our cab driver recommended Pok-Ta-Pok, which is Cancun's oldest golf course.
It was $80 per play for 18 with a cart. Total rip-off. I wouldn't pay more than $20 and only would pay that if I just wanted a fast round and didn't care about conditions.
The fairways didn't really exist. It's just a bunch of grass, very weedy, long, and there is no definition between fairway and rough. I will say the greens, where there weren't huge bare spots, rolled nicely (though every green was pretty chewed up). The bunkers had very little sand, one of them was set on a concrete slab with about an inch or two of sand over it.
I will say that there are some nice views, and it's a very easy course, so if you are with beginners, they won't lose golf balls.
One plus was that it wasn't crowded. We went around 2 couples that seemed to be very new to golf, otherwise, it was pretty empty, and we played in under 3 hours.
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