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Visit and play on one of Jamaica’s many famous golf courses. These greens are suited for professionals as well as amateurs. Many of the course greens run along scenic landscape of the Caribbean Sea, as well as the interior of the island. Below are a list of some of the courses that the western end of the island boasts.
Tryall Golf Club is world famous and a former home of Johnny Walker Championship. Just 20 minutes west of Montego Bay, the greens landscape was designed by Ralf Plummer. The green is along the shores of the Caribbean Sea. (6,775 yards, par 72, $100-175)
Half Moon Golf Club ranks among the worlds’ best greens. The greens are also available to guests not staying at this luxury four star hotel and resort. (7,141 yard, par 72, $110-$168)
Rose Hall (White) Witch Golf Course, this green covers 600 acres, with an un-obstructed view of the the Caribbean Sea. Greens fees are include Caddie (6758 yards, par 71, and $99-$175).
Cinnamon Hill Golf Club - If you love golf the names Hagge, Smelek and Baril would be familiar as they designed this course at Rose Hall Resort. East of Montego Bay, the course is 350ft above sea level. James Bond’s “Live and Let Die” was filmed at here, at 15th hole which was renamed in its honor. (6,800 yards, par 72, $79-$159).