Caribbean Golf Course Reviews

Bahia Beach Golf Club

Bahia Beach Golf Club in Puerto Rico blends forest and beach

Puerto Rico's Bahia Beach Golf Club and St. Regis Resort, set on 483 acres, let nature do the talking. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., the golf course is a Certified Gold Audubon International Signature Sanctuary, the only such course in Puerto Rico to receive the designation -- and it shows. Difficult without being penal, Jones Jr. found a way to plot a design that would be accommodating to all types of players.
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Abaco Club golf course at Winding Bay - 4th

Best of the Bahamas? It just might be the private Abaco Club at Winding Bay

Located off the beaten path in the Bahamas, the Abaco Club at Winding Bay is a dazzling course that's earned the top spot on "Best of the Bahamas" lists by both Golf Digest and Golfweek. Designed by Tom Mackenzie, the course was created in 2004 as the first Scottish-links golf course in the tropics, "only with palm trees lining the layout," said Mark Aitken, director of facilities. The aqua-blue ocean views are unparalleled.
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Ocean Club golf course - 6th hole

The Ocean Club on Paradise Island in the Bahamas: Sometimes, the name says it all

Considered one of the best courses in the Bahamas, the Tom Weiskopf-designed Ocean Club sits on a sliver of lush land known as Paradise Island. It's not a golf destination as much as a vacation hotspot that just so happens to have a championship-caliber course to go with its beautiful beaches and array of water activities. The Ocean Club boasts a postcard-like setting and a challenging layout, although not so tough that you'll wish you were swimming instead.
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