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Tryall
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Tryall One of the most celebrated courses in the Caribbean, Tryall Club features holes that skirt the water and the jungle. Designed by Ralph Plummer, Tryall’s 18-hole, par-72 championship course has been host to the prestigious Johnnie Walker World Championship on a number of occasions. Noteworthy holes include the par-3 4th that incorporates the natural challenges of the Caribbean Sea and Flint River, and the par-4 7th, which provides a dramatic tee-shot through the stone pillars of a historic aqueduct.
Par 72, 6772 yards (72.5/133)
(Ralph Plummer)

(800) 238-5290
www.tryallclub.com
Half Moon Golf Club
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Half Moon Bay This classic Robert Trent Jones Sr. course is sculpted out of the foothills of the western Jamaican coastline, and has an international reputation for being challenging and breathtaking. A member of Jack Nicklaus’ “Great Golf Resorts of the World,” Half Moon has hosted a number of prestigious tournaments including the Jamaica Open Golf Championship, the Dunhill Cup Final of the Americas, and the Red Stripe Pro-Am. With 7,119 yards of difficult driving areas, plenty of bunkering and undulating greens, this course puts up a challenge. Among its memorable holes are the 535-yard third hole and the relatively short, 362-yard fourth hole.
Par 72, 6700 yards (73.7/127)
(Robert Trent Jones Sr.)

(866) 648-6951
www.halfmoon-resort.com



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