World-class golf courses with exciting golfing challenges and perfect weather make the Caribbean a favorite destination of golfers. Whether one is a professional golfer or a leisure traveler, the top-notch services and facilities offered by the golf resorts and hotels ensure that visitors enjoy a memorable golfing vacation.
The Rose Hall Resort and Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica, features the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course designed by Robert Von Hagge. This seductive oceanfront course offers about 7,000 yards of greens and tees which are a golfer’s delight. Beginners can benefit from the instructions of celebrity caddies listed as “The Best in the World” by The Golfer magazine. Guests at the hotel are also invited to access the nearby White Witch and the Half Moon Golf Course. Montego Bay area has several resorts which have their own golf courses but there are a few which do not have those facilities. Guests at these resorts can enjoy preferred tee times and discounts at golf links in the neighborhood.
St. Kitts and Nevis is yet another excellent Caribbean golfing destination with the Robert Trent Jones II golf course onsite the Four Season Resort in Nevis. Guests here can avail of packages and programs that offer unlimited golfing opportunities. Royal St. Kitts Golf Club and Cat Ghaut Chip’n Putt are some other golfing options in St. Kitts and Nevis.
The Dominican Republic is one more top golfing travel destination in the Caribbean [http://www.voyage.tv/Destinations.html?cmpid=Article-ezinearticles-Luxury_Golf_Resorts_and_Hotels] that offers visitors a number of golfing options. Staying at an all-inclusive resort like Casa de Campo gives its guests an opportunity to tee on three challenging courses namely The Teeth of the Dog, The Links, and Dye Fore. Catalonia Bavaro in Punta Cana has two fabulous golf courses on-site the Cabeza de Toro Golf Club and the Caribe Golf Club while The Puntacana Hotel has a golf course on-site and offers off-site golfing opportunities as well.