Golf at The Tryall Club is an unforgettable experience that blends the beauty of the Caribbean with the challenges of a world-class course. The course winds its way around the estate through the hills and palm groves down to a mile and a half stretch of scenic coastline.
The 18-hole, 6836-yard, par 71 course, designed by Ralph Plummer, has been rated “among the most beautiful golf courses in the world.” This tricky, wind-swept course offers stunning views, unique natural hazards and challenging greens. With the front nine holes bordering the Caribbean Sea and the back nine winding through verdant hillsides, Tryall offers stunningly diverse topography.
In 1962, Plummer who oversaw the design, redesign, or construction of 100 courses in his lifetime, brought his unique sensibility to the creation of the golf course at Tryall. His design artfully assimilates rolling hillsides and other natural elements, turning a centuries-old sugar plantation into one of the Caribbean’s most admired golf venues. Indeed as recently as 2005, it was voted the Best Golf course in the Caribbean by Caribbean World Magazine.
Over the years, the course has evolved—and improved. In 1992, The Tryall Club acquired property to build today’s stunning 4th hole, which hugs the shoreline and adds a challenging seaside green to the course. In the early 2000s, Tryall rebuilt all 18 greens and added more modern irrigation, providing more consistent and higher quality playing conditions.