Trinidad and Tobago

Independent since 1976, T & T lies in the southern Caribbean, consisting of the two main islands of Trinidad (just 7 miles off the Venezuelan coast at its nearest point) and Tobago (comprising only 6% of the total land area), along with 21 smaller islands.

One of the most prosperous and stable democratic nations in the Caribbean, Trinidad has a more under developed tourist infrastructure than laid back Tobago though the country relies less on tourism and more on the natural resources of oil and gas to support the economy ā€“ not that visitors are made to feel anything other than welcome, of course.

Sport plays a large part in the lives of the islanders with several sportsmen revered by all and sundry ā€“ Ato Bolden (athletics), Brian Lara (cricket) and Dwight Yorke (football) being the most prominent of these local heroes. Golf features too with the Trinidad and Tobago Golf Association formed in the 1960s to oversee the six clubs on Trinidad and two clubs on Tobago.

Our Caribbean and Atlantic Islands rankings were last updated in February 2017. Click the link to read the story.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Trinidad and Tobago

Tobago Plantations

1st Trinidad and Tobago Ranking

Opened in 2001, the Tobago Plantations Estate course was co-designed by Marcus Blackburn and Bob Hunt of IGD (formerly PGA Design Consulting) and was host to the European Seniors Tour between 2002 and 2005.

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St Andrews

2nd Trinidad and Tobago Ranking

St Andrews was listed as a golf club in the 1891 Trinidad and Tobago Collens Year Book so it’s one of the oldest in the western hemisphere.

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Mount Irvine Bay

3rd Trinidad and Tobago Ranking

With spectacular sea views of Buccoo Reef from every hole, Mount Irvine Bay is laid out on a 127-acre site that rises inland on natural terraces from the sea...

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