World class golf with a Caribbean twist

Navigate your way around each stunning hole, with the most impressive backdrop imaginable

 

Golf Course Map

Please select a hole to preview our spectacular championship golf course

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Hole 1

Par 4

A gentle start to your round with a nice wide fairway. The prevailing wind from the east adds a little spice and your second shot requires accuracy with the green being narrow and two strategically placed bunkers need to be avoided.

Yardages

  •   446
  •   407
  •   388

  •   388
  •   370

Hole 2

Par 5

A wonderful par 5 that works its way uphill and left to right. The second shot requires the golfer to clear some large cross bunkers. Once again the third shot is to a long narrow green that is all the more difficult to hit when the prevailing left to right wind is blowing.

Yardages

  •   565
  •   543
  •   514

  •   435
  •   435

Hole 3

Par 3

This hole demands the golfer play from a high tee to a raised green that offers only rocky out crops and bunkers to the rear. The key to overcoming this hole is in selecting the correct club. Often good shots get punished badly if the club selected is not right.

Yardages

  •   179
  •   165
  •   156

  •   156
  •   144

Hole 4

Par 4

A challenging long par 4 that requires a tee shot to the right side of the fairway. An errant drive will receive maximum penalty. Once on the green the tricky slopes and a little grain will get the golfers full attention.

Yardages

  •   466
  •   439
  •   413

  •   413
  •   339

Hole 5

Par 5

A short par 5 that can offer a birdie opportunity. Like many Westmoreland holes however trouble awaits errant shots and if the ball comes to rest above the pin on the green the golfer must give the putt full respect.

Yardages

  •   504
  •   475
  •   458

  •   431
  •   431

Hole 6

Par 4

This hole is a real card wrecker. The tee shot is played uphill over Bougainvillea bushes and a deep gully borders the right side of the fairway. A short iron second shot is played to the golf courses smallest green that is set in an old quarry.

Yardages

  •   335
  •   332
  •   296

  •   231
  •   231

Hole 7

Par 3

A medium length par 3 that sees water run from the teeing rounds to the front of the green. Any ball coming up short will be wet. The golfer has some room to play safe to the right side of the green, but if this option is taken it will leave a longer chip and run shot across the green.

Yardages

  •   167
  •   156
  •   134

  •   134
  •   102

Hole 8

Par 4

Extended in recent years, the hole plays down hill right to left with three large fairway bunkers on the brow of the hill down the left hand side. The second shot requires a mid to short iron that may have to fly the bunker situated on the front left of the green.

Yardages

  •   399
  •   371
  •   351

  •   343
  •   343

Hole 9

Par 4

The most demanding hole on the front nine. Fairway bunkers on the left side of the hole seem to have a magnetic quality to them. The second shot can require anything from a mid-iron to a three wood. The green itself is protected on the left side by a tricky little bunker. This however is a better place to be than the lake located to the right of the green. A four on this hole is happily accepted.

Yardages

  •   442
  •   426
  •   400

  •   355
  •   355

Hole 10

Par 4

The most demanding tee shot is required on this virtual 90 degree right to left dog leg. A large gully runs in front of the tee along the left side of the hole and around the rear of the green. If the fairway is found, the second shot is a case of hitting a precise iron the correct distance.

Yardages

  •   402
  •   376
  •   350

  •   350
  •   260

Hole 11

Par 4

Every golf course has a hole like this. The yardage on the card and the distance the hole plays bear no resemblance. Uphill all the way from tee to green into the prevailing head wind means you can add a good 20% onto the printed yardage.

Yardages

  •   429
  •   337
  •   336

  •   321
  •   321

Hole 12

Par 3

The first of the back nine par 3 holes is a long hole played uphill. You’ll want to focus on hitting the right side to the green and so playing away from the gully that runs the entire length of the hole.

Yardages

  •   205
  •   185
  •   162

  •   124
  •   124

Hole 13

Par 5

Our longest par five, bur the one most likely to be reached in two by the accomplished player. Downhill and prevailing wind mean a birdie is a possibility. However the golfer must take the time to get off to a good start and position the tee shot if they are to take advantage.

Yardages

  •   595
  •   575
  •   500

  •   459
  •   459

Hole 14

Par 4

Once a bland par 4, however recent changes to the bunkering and the location of the out of bounds mean it now has some real bite. Being the highest point on the golf course the trade winds will always be a factor on a second shot played over deep bunkers positioned in front of the green.

Yardages

  •   319
  •   302
  •   277

  •   277
  •   252

Hole 15

Par 3

The final par 3 and no respite. Just over 200yards from the gold tee and steeply downhill over a deep gully located in front and down the right hand side of the green. If the golfer bails out to the left, two tricky little bunkers lie in wait and leave a shot to the green with the gully located behind the target.

Yardages

  •   217
  •   189
  •   155

  •   155
  •   117

Hole 16

Par 5

A true three shot par 5. The tee shot challenges the golfer to both the left and right side of the hole. The green is situated above the golfer; therefore the bottom of the pin is hidden when you play your approach shot. Often you'll walk to the green expecting to see the ball close to the pin, only to find its spun back or you've come up short.

Yardages

  •   503
  •   488
  •   469

  •   415
  •   415

Hole 17

Par 4

The tee shot offers the golfer a generous fairway and only the wildest of shots can find the trouble on either the left or right side of the hole. The secret to this hole is the second shot with a substantial slope at the front of the green and a two tier green that affords the smallest of targets when the pin is located on the shelf to the left.

Yardages

  •   413
  •   399
  •   376

  •   351
  •   351

Hole 18

Par 4

A memorable finishing hole. Firstly the golfer can forget the golf and admire the breathtaking view. However when it’s time to play you better be ready with a good straight one. Trouble abounds all the way from tee to green. Once on the fairway the golfer must still fly the gully that lies before the green. Any par on this hole is well earned.

Yardages

  •   461
  •   445
  •   419

  •   370
  •   370


Just as golfers have handicaps, golf courses have course and slope ratings. See below for all tee ratings here at Royal Westmoreland


Colour
Course & Slope Rating
Men
Gold
73.7 rating and 139 slope

Blue
71.6 rating and 134 slope

White
69.2 rating and 128 slope



Women
White
75.4 rating and 144 slope

Pink
72.9 rating and 137 slope

Red
71.2 rating and 131 slope

 

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