Carved from the rolling countryside of Jamaica's historic Rose Hall Estate is the White Witch, an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Robert Von Hagge and Rick Baril. This 6,800 yard, par 71 treasure is named for the former sugar estate's beautiful but wicked mistress, Annie Palmer. Legend has it that Annie's ghost still haunts the grounds, creating an alluring mystique that has fascinated islanders and visitors for generations. The White Witch features 16 holes offering views of the Caribbean Sea and dramatic elevation changes and vistas. The course is accentuated by native stone-inlaid walls shoring up greens and tees. There are large practice greens and bunkers, and at least 5 tee boxes on every hole.