The pride of Jamaica, golf at The Tryall Club is a world-class experience that can be had at only an elite handful of courses in the Caribbean. The 18-hole, 6221-yard, par 72 course was designed by Ralph Plummer, where the Johnny Walker World Championship was played in 1995, and is also known as the site of several international events hosted in the Caribbean such as the Mazda Champions and Jamaica Classic.
The golf course features great views of the Caribbean Sea, lush tropical foliage and the historic aqueduct from the memorable 7th hole. The course winds its way around the estate through the lush hills and palm groves down to a mile and half stretch of scenic coastlines.
Golfers at Tryall are privy to some of the most spectacular fairway views in the world, rivaling Pebble Beach and St. Andrews, with dramatic sweeping vistas of the island’s northern coast from Montego Bay to the Western edge of the coastline. It’s not unusual for players to spot dolphins and exotic tropical birds during their round.