World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba 2021, El Camaleón, 4-7 Nov
LAST TIME: Viktor Hovland navigated a crowded leaderboard on a low-scoring day and ended up winning for the second time on the PGA TOUR. Hovland shot all four rounds in the 60s at El Camaleón and held off a hard-charging Aaron Wise, who finished with a 63. Hovland ended up winning by one shot over Wise after notching a birdie on the 72nd hole. Read more
Viktor Hovland’s victory at the 2020 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba also was a win for the get-off-my-lawn contingent of the fan base of professional golf. You know the type, perhaps you are the type. Golf should be about fairways and greens, not bomb and gouge. Hovland isn’t necessarily an old soul, nor is he old period, but he fit (and fits) the profile at El Camaleón Golf Club at Mayakoba Resort. Read more
Stunning natural features include a cenote, an underground cavern common to the Mayan region, located along the opening fairway. Two oceanfront holes capture far-reaching views of the Caribbean Sea.
El Camaleón is certified by Audubon International as a Cooperative Sanctuary for its commitment to the environment and eco-friendly practices, working to protect and sustain the land, water, natural resources and wildlife habitats. Read more
El Camaleón Golf Club: The 7,039-yard course bends through three distinct landscapes - tropical jungle, dense mangroves, and oceanfront stretches of sand with holes bisected by massive limestone canals. The course even incorporates a cenote - an underground cavern common to the area - into the heart of the No. 7 fairway. [Unless you have been there, you have never seen a bunker like this! - Scroll to see photo at this link]