A little incentive to play golf in Mexico
How’s this for an enticement to come to Cozumel, Mexico?
Well, OK, nothing in life is ever truly free, but if you book a package at the Playa Playa Azul Hotel ($255 a night) in Cozumel, you can play all the golf you want at Cozumel Country Club for free. Just pay cart fees.
And yes, it’s time for United States citizens and Canadians to start thinking about going south.
Designed by Jack Nicklaus’ son, Steve, Cozumel Country Club is the first course in Mexico to earn designation as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary from Audubon International. The course has four sets of tees and measures to just over 6,700 yards to a par 72. It looks pretty serene.
As for the hotel, Playa Azul Hotel is an intimate boutique hotel. All 50 rooms have ocean views.
Besides free golf, you also get free breakfast, water sports and the full-service Savia Spa with treatments inspired by the ancient Maya. There are also a couple of restaurants (one under a beach palapa), a beach bar, an indoor bar with satellite TV sports and free wireless Internet.
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