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Jamaica Golf Resorts

ca. 1998, Cancun, Mexico --- Lounge Chairs on Beach at Club Med --- Image by © Macduff Everton/CORBIS

The Caribbean is a popular vacation choice and Jamaica is one of the easier locations to get to in the Caribbean. Jamaica is about two and a half hours away from Miami and has a number of popular airlines flying in from North America. A much sought-after cruise destination, Jamaica also has well known ocean liners such as the Carnival, Celebrity, Princess and Royal Caribbean carrying starry-eyed passengers to and from.

Jamaica has innumerable world-class golf courses, including the Caribbean’s oldest golf course. Most of the golf courses are situated in and around resorts, making them convenient to locate. Jamaican golf courses vary in difficulty and given the island’s multitude of golf courses, finding one to suit every level of player skill and ability should be an easy task.

Some of Jamaica’s best courses such as Caymanas in Kingston, the Half Moon Golf Club, Ironshore, the Tryall Golf Club and the Wyndham Rose Hall Resort in the Montego Bay area are all 18-hole courses designed by some of the best architects in the world. For a more leisurely 9-hole course the Discovery Bay or the Mandeville golf courses are popular choices.

You may have to be 25 to drive a car in Jamaica but driving ranges and practice putting areas in the golf resorts are all for catching you young and watching you grow. Most of the golf resorts offer family packages where kids get to play free and even have training sessions to improve their game.

Jamaica Golf Resorts, like most of their counterparts in other places offer superb golfing facilities and a host of other activities to keep the whole family entertained. So you can go ahead and spend guilt-free days at the links knowing for sure that your family is deliriously happy, enjoying the wide-range of attractions this island has to offer.

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