Palace Resorts, a brand under Crown Resorts Ltd., has made all of its luxury hotels and resorts Golf-Inclusive, and they are asking customers to book their vacations with them by adding a little golf to the mix.

Do you love your golf course, but hate the $45 greens fee that goes along with it? Why not book your vacation at a resort that invites guests to play a round of golf for free? No driving early in the morning to the course, no waiting in line, no fighting for a tee time—just enjoy a full round of golf at your leisure in the comfort of a luxurious resort.

Palace Resorts hotels in Cancun now offer a new optional golf package that gives avid golfers the incredible opportunity to play two world-class golf courses in paradise every day as part of a luxury all-inclusive vacation.

Enjoy breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and ride a golf cart from hole to hole through the lush tropical surroundings while enjoying complimentary snacks.

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Test your skills while relaxing by the sea on 45 holes of two challenging championship courses – the only Jack Nicklaus signature golf course in Cancun. Afterwards, relax with a drink and lunch or dinner with friends in the clubhouse.

The Moon Spa & Golf Club at the five-star Moon Palace Cancun offers 27 holes suitable for players of all levels, spread over three different nine-hole courses – dunes, jungle and lakes – which can be played in any combination. The area is rich in native flora and fauna and is home to a large population of white-tailed deer, which are protected by the club’s sustainable management programme.

Guests wishing to improve their game are also welcome at the Moon Palace Golf Academy, where they can hone their skills and improve their game with certified instructors and state-of-the-art technology built in.

A second Jack Nicklaus course, Riviera Cancun Golf Club, offers another 18 holes with undulating fairways and greens surrounded by mangroves and panoramic views of the clear Caribbean Sea. The course is designed to blend into its natural surroundings. Players find themselves in the middle of a tropical jungle, faced with swamps and strategically integrated bunkers. After conquering the course, golfers can indulge in an excellent menu and a first-class bar in the clubhouse.

Guests of Palace Resorts can play golf at Moon Spa & Golf Club and Riviera Cancun Golf Club. (Photo courtesy of Palace Resorts)

Golfers who want to take advantage of Palace Resorts’ golf-inclusive offerings get the following at the discounted rate of $106 per room:

-Two rounds (18 holes each) per day

-Total card money for each round

-Eating and drinking on the field and in the clubhouse.

-Transportation to and from the Moon Palace Golf Course. Transportation to Riviera Cancun Golf Club is an additional $12 per person.

A minimum stay of three nights is required to participate and guests must purchase a golf package for each day of their stay. The daily rate of $106 is based on two guests playing in the room ($53 per person).

You can add a golf package to your holiday at any of the following Palace Resorts: Beach Palace, Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun, Moon Palace Cancun, Playacar Palace, Sun Palace and The Grand at Moon Palace Cancun.

For more information, visit palaceresorts.com.

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