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The Golf Course

81fc7ce7d60d7b7d9368dc0e944c8d5dKnown for its natural, rugged layout through limestone outcroppings, Provo Golf Club combines a great test of golf with the natural flora and fauna of the islands. Fairways are lined with native island bush which combine with inland lakes and numerous palm trees to compliment the beautifully maintained playing surfaces. There is also an abundance of birdlife, with the lakes home to an array of colorful native birds including egrets, various types of heron and waterfowl, and migratory flamingo's.
 
The front nine features water on six holes and winds its way through areas set aside for the development of Country Club-style villas, while the back nine features a further five ‘lake holes’ and a generally tight set up, none more so than the notorious par five 12th.
 
Since 1992 this challenging layout has been enjoyed by club members and resort golfers alike, and attracts many return visitors to tackle the unique ‘target-style’ course. In happy contrast to the rest of the island golfers are pleased to find a relaxing green oasis, with an almost constant island breeze to keep them cool, this is the ultimate golf course in the Caribbean.
 
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Facilities
The club’s facilities are excellent, offering a fully stocked golf course in the Caribbean, premium Taylor Made club rentals, short range warm-up area, practice chipping and putting areas and tennis courts.  In the clubhouse you will find the pro-shop in addition Fairways Bar and Grill providing probably the best breakfast and lunch menu on the island.  What better than to finish your round at the ’19th Hole’!