Covid-19 Closes Golf Course on Cozumel
It is a sad day to learn that Covid-19 has closed the Golf Course on Cozumel. For almost 20 years, Cozumel Country Club (Isla Maya Club de Golf, SA de CV) has been a proud member of the Cozumel community and provided great golf experiences to Cozumel residents and the many tourists who visited Cozumel. Like many other hospitality and service providers, the pandemic created many challenges for the Club, and changes in the cruise line and tourism industry was difficult. After many discussions on how to ensure a strong and viable future, the club decided that the Cozumel Country Club was no longer sustainable and made the unfortunate decision to close the Club. The closure became effective on January 31, 2021.
The members, employees, and guests of this wonderful Club created many incredible memories, friendships, and relationships. The club deeply appreciated it’s members throughout the years.
Cozumel Country Club published this on 01JAN2021
Unique and fancy, but wholesome and fun, Cozumel is a land that has so much to offer. One would almost end up being confused about what to take and what to miss. But worry not, we’ve got your back! For those who have a knack for golfing, believe us, Cozumel is just the right spot for you.
Fancy this! You’re out on vacation in Cozumel with your entire family. Some members sit by the river Maya and enjoy some fresh waves rolling back and forth, and those who are in for golfing can have a time of their lives. Interesting, no?
The Cozumel Country Club (on Cozumel’s north shore), is a complete package. With lush green vegetation and facilities unparalleled, there is no place else you would rather want to go to. Cozumel Country Club is a local and tourist favorite. This state-of-the-art club is a masterpiece that will make you have the best of your trip to Cozumel. Adorned with bright white sandy heaps, the greens that remind you of a green palace, and lakes surrounding the Nicklaus Design Group course holes, this is a paradise for any golf lover. Home to Mexico’s first Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary Golf Course, they also offer tours for bird watchers. So, what are you thinking about? Pack your bags and head to the Cozumel Country Club and savor a few moments of an intense golf session followed by an amazing refreshment time. With eighteen holes and a lavish ambiance, this one is not for you to miss.
Another top-notch golf course near the Mayan River is El Camaleón Mayakoba. The constantly changing views of this golf club account for its name, and well suited, we must say! Surrounded by different ecosystems such as the Mayan Jungle, the mangrove wetlands, and the Caribbean Sea coastline, this one is breath-taking. Whether you have a huge budget or one as tight as your jeans, Cozumel has something for everyone!