Named after the Bajan green primates that inhabit the island of Barbados, the Green Monkey was designed by Tom Fazio and its routing offers both dramatic elevation changes and spectacular views out to sea.
Officially opened in December 2010, the links-style course at the Albany resort measures over 7,400 yards from the back tees, configured as five par fives and five par threes with the remaining holes laid out as par fours.
Top tennis pro Charlie Pasarell, his brother Stanley, Edwin Perez and architect David Pfaff created the Royal Isabela golf course on a generous 426-acre site that is both dramatic and challenging.
With all but two of its fairways offering stunning views of the Caribbean Sea, the 18 holes at White Witch are carved through acres of lush green vegetation on Jamaica’s Rose Hall Plantation...
Home of the 2006 World Cup of Golf, Sandy Lane’s Country Club course was designed by Tom Fazio and it’s a quintessential gem.
Canadian billionaire Edward Plunkett Taylor established the ultra-exclusive Lyford Cay Club in the late 1950s when he commissioned American architect Dick Wilson to lay out a lavish golf course...
The Chavón River cuts a deep path through the Casa de Campo landscape as it tumbles down from the Dominican mountains to the coast and the Dye Fore course sits high above the flowing waters...
Bermuda is virtually one enormous golf club and Port Royal is the most popular golf course on the islands.
The golf course at the Ocean Club is routed around wetlands, waste areas and lagoons, with “Spyglass,” the 208-yard 12th one of the most memorable holes on the card.
Billed as the Caribbean’s answer to Pebble Beach, the Greg Norman designed CuisinArt golf course (formerly called Temenos) certainly provides players with breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea.