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Is Golf on Your To Do List in the Caribbean?

If you are a golf lover on vacation in the Caribbean, you will be thrilled to find many world-class scenic golf courses to practice your golf swing.

Here are five great golf courses to check out in the sunny Caribbean.

CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa, Anguilla

The famous golf pro, Greg Norman, designed this epic 18-hole par 72 golf course so you can be sure it has all the features of a top-notch course. With the sparkling ocean in the background, you will be inspired with every swing.

Tierra del Sol Resort and Golf, Aruba

With a backdrop of surf and sun, you can tee off early to beat the heat at the beautiful golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones II. A high-tech feature is the Par View GPS yardage system, which gives golfers a virtual view of the course during every round.

Sandy Lane, Barbados

Sandy Lane is an exclusive luxury golf club with courses including the Green Monkey, Country Club and Old Nine. Designed by Tom Fazio, the courses are only open to Sandy Lane guests, many of who book to play on the uniquely manicured greens with stunning water features and exposed rock features.

Punta Espada Golf, Dominican Republic

Punta Espada is often promoted as one of the best courses in the world so you can set your expectations sky-high. You can smell the sea salt as you play the eight holes on this par 72 course that has spectacular views from every angle.

The Buccaneer, St. Croix

Book a room at The Buccaneer and enjoy a few rounds of golf whenever you please, with glorious views of the Caribbean and St. Croix coast. You can get all the help you need at the pro shop, which has a fancy golf simulator with nearly 100 courses from around the world if the heat gets too much for you outside.

Can you imagine you hitting that hole-in-one in the tropics? There’s no better place to achieve that once-in-a-lifetime sporting achievement.

Drop us a line for more info on vacations in the Caribbean and we can make sure you are near an awesome golf club or maybe even staying at one.

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