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Caribbean Islands

Caribbean Golf

Caribbean Golf: The Caribbean has some of the world's most beautiful and challenging golf courses, and hosts many major and local tournaments.

Most Caribbean golf courses have in-season and off-season prices, as well as guest and non-guest prices (many courses are part of resorts or hotels) and member and non-member prices. Some of the more famous golf courses require carts and a mandatory caddy. Most golf courses offer club rentals. Some of the prices quoted are general due to the fast pace at which they change. If a price ranges $25, for example from $50-$75, it generally reflects off-season to in-season and/or guest to non-guest. You should always call, email, or visit a specific courses web site (if available) for the latest information.

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Golf Courses in the Caribbean:

Antigua & Barbuda: Caribbean Golf

Cedar Valley Golf Club
18 Hole, par 70 Golf Course, designed by Richard Aldridge. The Antigua open is played here in mid March. Greens fees are about $30, cart rentals are the same.

Half Moon Bay
9 Hole Executive Golf Course. This golf course is currently closed but management says that they are hoping to re-open in the fall of 1999.
Aruba:

Tierra del Sol
Aruba's first world class golf course, designed by Robert Trent Jones II. 18 hole par 71 course, with a clubhouse, restaurant, proshop, locker rooms and swimming pool. Greens fees are $115 which includes a cart. Club rentals are available from $25 to $40.
Aruba Golf Club
9 hole layout in a desert like setting with astro turf greens! Greens fees are $10.
Barbados:

Sandy Lane Golf Club, at the Sandy Lane Hotel
18 Hole Championship Golf Course, in St.James, on the west coast. The best known, most well maintained course on the island.
Rockley Resort Hotel Course
9 Hole Executive Golf Course.
Heywoods
9 Hole Executive Golf Course.
The Cayman Islands:

Britannia Golf Course, next to the Hyatt Regency
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, there is a 9 hole course, and 18 hole executive course and an 18 hole Cyman course which is a short course played with a special ball that doesn't travel far. Green fees for the various courses range from about $50 to $100 dollars.
Links at Safe Haven
A 6,600 yard 18 hole championship course designed by Roy Case. Drving range, locker room, pro shop, putting greens, etc. About $90 with cart.

The Cayman Islands: Caribbean Golf

Britannia Golf Course, next to the Hyatt Regency
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, there is a 9 hole course, and 18 hole executive course and an 18 hole Cyman course which is a short course played with a special ball that doesn't travel far. Green fees for the various courses range from about $50 to $100 dollars.

Links at Safe Haven
A 6,600 yard 18 hole championship course designed by Roy Case. Drving range, locker room, pro shop, putting greens, etc. About $90 with cart.

Dominican Republic: Caribbean Golf

The Domincan Republic has many great courses, and one of the world's best: The Teeth of The Dog, at the famous Casa de Campo resort. This is a stunning course with many holes right on the Caribbean Sea, and is a must stop for the serious Caribbean Golfer. The Webmaster of Caribbean-On-Line had a chance to play a couple of rounds there himself in 1997 and says that the course lives up to its reputation.
Also see the D.R. One page on Where to Play Golf in The Domincan Republic. They have course descriptions, locations, prices and phone numbers.

Jamaica: Caribbean Golf

Jamaica is famous for golfing. There are many courses, this is just a partial list.

Tryall
18 Hole, par 71, Championship Golf Course, in Hanover, 12 miles from Montego Bay. Site of the Johnny Walker Tournament and the Jamaica Classic Annual. Known as the best course in Jamaica, and one of the best in the world. Greens fees for guests are around $40-$60 depending on season, and $75-$125 for non-guests.

Wyndham Rose Hall Resort
Another of the top courses in the world, this is a rugged and challenging seaside/mountainside course. Greens fees are around $50 and the mandatory cart and caddy another $50.
Half Moon, at Rose Hall
18 Hole Championship Couse designed by Robert Trent Jones. Greens fees are $45 to $85, carts $25 and a mandatory caddy $12.

Ironshore Golf & Country Club, Ironshore,St. James, Montego Bay
18 hole par 72 course. Green fees $30 to $50 dependine on season.
Super Club's Runaway Golf Club, at Runaway Bay (876-973-2561)
No fees for guests of Jamaica Super Clubs. Greens fees are around $50 for non guests.

Caymanas Golf Club
Par 72 course in in Kingston.