A masterpiece designed by Australian Greg Norman. The course features three distinct ecosystems: the Mayan rainforest, the mangroves and the beach. The 7,024-yard, par-72 course is set along several kilometres of crystal-clear freshwater canals surrounded by mangroves and limestone walls. The course features two ocean holes with breathtaking views of the Mexican Caribbean Sea’s turquoise waters and the Cozumel island. El Camaleón made history in 2007 when it became the host of the first PGA TOUR event to be played outside the United States and Canada.