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It’s not like us to brag, but our 10 golf courses are special. Practice your swing, caddy up for a full 18 or sit back and relax on the 19th. There’s a course for every player. Jamaica boasts a variety of world-class golf courses that offer stunning vistas, challenging terrain, and exceptional amenities. With ten courses spread throughout the island, golf enthusiasts are spoilt for choice.
Our golf courses are renowned for hosting professional tournaments and attracting seasoned players from around the world. Whether you're an avid golfer or just looking for a new experience. Come back to easy-going and tee off in style at any one of the island’s fine golf courses.
The Montego Bay Golf course at the Tryall Club is a top pick for golf enthusiasts worldwide. This 18-hole course was designed by Ralph Plummer in 1958 and has been immaculately managed and modernized. Audubon certified since 2010, the Course has hosted international events like the Johnnie Walker World Championship, Mazda Champions, and the LPGA Jamaica Classic.
For the ultimate luxury golfing experience, visit the Half Moon Golf Course, also located in Montego Bay. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1964, this 18-hole course is situated at the illustrious Half Moon Resort, which was awarded by Today’s Golfer as one of Best Golf Resorts in the World in 2021.
For a tee time with breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and the rugged mountainside, head to Sandals Golf and Country Club. Nestled in the lush hills of Ocho Rios, this 18-hole championship course offers a challenging and rewarding experience for golfers of all skill levels. The club also boasts state-of-the-art facilities, including a driving range, putting green, and clubhouse with a pro shop and restaurant.
One of Jamaica’s most iconic courses, Caymanas Golf Course, is set on the rolling hills of St. Catherine. Established in 1957, it is one of the oldest and most prestigious golf clubs on the island and is steeped in history and tradition. The course was designed by the renowned golf course architect, Commander John Harris, and spans over 200 acres of lush greenery. With 18 challenging holes, the course is a true test of skill for even the most seasoned golfers. One of the unique features of the Caymanas Golf Club is the natural spring that flows through the course.
Fit in a game between board meetings at the Constant Spring Golf Club in Kingston. Built in 1902, this course is one of the oldest and most iconic in Jamaica. The Golf Club offers a variety of amenities, including meeting rooms and conference facilities, making it an executive’s haven for both business and pleasure. After a long day of closing deals, the Constant Spring Golf Club is the spot to unwind and enjoy a round of golf against the backdrop of the majestic Blue Mountains.
A professional support team is at the heart of the true Jamaican golf experience. The caddies, coaches and support staff all want to see you bring, and achieve, your “A”-game. Each masterful stroke complemented by the beauty of the course makes for a truly exhilarating experience.