Club de Golf Chapultepec
Club de Golf Chapultepec, located just a few miles from downtown Mexico City, is one of the city's oldest and most popular courses. Built during the Mexican Revolution, the course opened in 1921. Since then, it has been host to the Mexican Open a total of 18 times, most recently in 2014. The course received a major redesign in 1972 that completely altered the original design. The renovation made the layout more current, playable, and challenging. The golf course today has a timeless appeal that continues to make it a popular host venue for major championships. There are challenges to test you throughout, but the trio of holes from the 15th through 17th is some of the toughest. These uphill holes provide a particularly tricky end to your round.
|Red (W)||72||5509 yards||69.1||115|
|Blue M: 74.9/131||316||387||186||506||445||625||200||526||382||3573||450||622||406||225||482||554||403||164||388||3694||7267|
|White M: 73.1/123 W: 74.1/125||308||367||176||453||424||548||179||514||362||3331||437||557||375||189||413||536||380||156||374||3417||6748|
|Gold W: 71.7/123||293||355||170||430||386||536||157||490||348||3165||417||540||346||184||392||521||369||147||365||3281||6446|