Antigua has two 18-hole golf courses, both of which are challenging enough
for the average player.
Cedar Valley Golf Club is Antigua's only 18-hole PGA rated,
par 69, golf course and is the site of the Antigua Open every October.
The championship course of 5,932 yards lies just outside the capital of St. John's and features sweeping
sea views. It is a challenging and varied course, from the exhilarating 12th with its lofted tee 225-yards above sea
level, to the almost impossible par 5 ninth!
General facilities include a snack bar and pro shop.
Green fees: 9 holes US$17, 18 holes US$35
Power carts and clubs available for rental at additional charges.
Jolly Harbour's 18-hole, par 71, 5,587 yard championship course was designed
by leading golf course architect, Karl Litton of Florida. Set in tropical parkland next to the
development's Super Yacht Terminal it is a relatively flat course and most of the fairways are bordered
by tree-lined mounds.
Seven lakes mean water (and tropical bird life) also come into play on at least
ten holes and, as with most Caribbean islands, cross winds are a major factor. General facilities include
a clubhouse, pro-shop, restaurant, bar and locker room.
Green fees: 9 holes US$25, 18 holes US$40
Power carts and club rental available.
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