Golf Holiday Packages with Travel Vacations- Payment Plans
Sandals & Beaches Resorts offers some of the most challenging golf in the Caribbean on our very own championship course in Jamaica. We've got everything down to a tee for every level of skill, even for those who want to take their very first shot at it. Best of all, you can play round after round without paying for any green fees. Anyway you slice it, a Beaches golf vacation in the Caribbean includes more than any other resort
Jamaica Course Info: 18-hole, resort-style course with 3 sets of tees, Plays to 6,404 yards, par 71, Narrow fairways and miniscule drop-off greens with sweeping views of the sea and mountains, Full-service golf shop featuring a TaylorMade collection, Complimentary club storage facilities, Practice range with chipping and putting greens, Driving range, Changing facilities
Pro Shop with the latest styles from Ashworth, Greg Norman and Adidas, Sweet Spot Jerk Shack at #10 green for course dining. At additional cost, Restaurant in the plantation-style clubhouse. At additional cost
St Lucia Course Info: 9-hole, resort style course, Plays to 3,141 yards, par 33, Narrow fairways surrounded by rolling hills and a jungle of white cedar, almond trees and bamboo
Facilities, Full service Golf Shop featuring TaylorMade collection, Club storage facilities, Practice range with chipping and putting greens, Driving range, Changing facilities, Services
Complimentary greens fees to all Sandals guests, Complimentary transportation to all Sandals guests
- From Sandals Halcyon- 15 minute transfer
- From Sandals Grande St. Lucia- 25 minute transfer
Complimentary PGA certified Golf Clinic once a week, PGA Golf Lessons are available and can be reserved through the resort's Tour Desk and at the Golf Club. At an additional cost.
Caddies are mandatory. Rates as follows:
- US $17.00 for 18 holes walking, per bag
- US $10.00 for 9 holes walking, per bag
- US $25.00 per caddy for 18 holes on shared cart
- US $15.00 per caddy for 9 holes on shared cart
- As caddies are not Sandals employees, tips are accepted
Yamaha golf carts available (optional). Rates as follows:
- US $30.00 for 18 holes
- US $20.00 for 9 holes
TaylorMade club rentals available for men and women (Left and right handed). Rates as follows:
- US $45.00 for 18 holes
- US $35.00 for 9 holes
Adidas Shoe Rentals available for men and women
US $10.00 (socks are not included)
Other Great Golf Destinations!
- Phoenix/Scottsdale - When it comes to golf, we've definitely got game. Recently named "America's Best Place to Live for Golf" by Robb Report, Scottsdale is home to nearly 200 area courses offering layouts that range from the rolling green fairways of traditional course architecture to the cactus-studded excitement of desert golf designs. Simply put, the combined quality and quantity of the area's golf clubs and courses makes Scottsdale a "must-visit" destination for the serious golfer.
- Sedona - People ask, "Is there no end to Sedona's spectacular sights, as well as the availability of its spirited outdoor activities?". Certainly there is no end for the curious residents and visitors who seek the unique, private enjoyment of the canyons, creeks, mountains and forests that dot this beautiful land. All that is needed to tap into its natural pleasures is the ability to sense its splendor and the ambition to accept its inviting challenges. If you're a golf buff, tee it up at highly rated championship courses open to the public, but don't get more concerned about taking shots with your camera than your clubs.
Tucson - Tucson's mild climate and outstanding courses make it a favorite golf destination. Take your best game on a challenging desert golf course, or enjoy a more traditional links-style layout. Play the same courses the PGA pros do, and experience designs by Robert Trent Jones Jr., Tom Fazio, Tom Weiskopf and Jack Nicklaus. Come see the PGA Tour's Accenture Match Play Championship. Plus, with our incredible weather, you can tee-off anytime you want.
- Orange County - Lush, upscale Orange County was once home to countless citrus orchards. While the oranges are gone for the most part, the incredible temperate climate remains, making this area one of the most pleasant for year-round visits. Small beach towns including Costa Mesa, Laguna Beach, San Clemente and Newport Beach all have something different to offer. You'll find local art galleries, great surfing spots, beachfront amusements, incredible seafood and, of course, fabulous golf, all within miles of each other on the breathakingly scenic Pacific Coast Highway. Plus, with well over 300 days of sun each year, every day is a good day to hit the green.
- Pebble Beach/Monterey - "If I had only one more round to play, I would choose to play it at Pebble Beach. I've loved this course from the first time I saw it. It's possibly the best in the world." =====Jack Nicklaus The game of golf is at its worldwide best at Pebble Beach Resorts, ranked the No.1 golf resort in America by Golf Digest Magazine in 2008. Each of Pebble Beach Resorts' four courses offers a unique heritage, breathtaking beauty and a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
- Palm Springs - Considering the world's most seasoned golf pros, famous celebrities and Presidents travel the world over to play golf in Palm Springs, rest assured it's a great place for you to also test your skills on the links. If golf is your game, you'll be interested to know that many top players have homes in Palm Springs and are responsible for the layout of many of the 111 breathtaking courses that provide challenges for all skill levels. It helps that the desert is situated in the perfect environment for golf, thanks to abundant sunshine, low humidity, and dramatic desert scenery.
- Santa Barbara - The central coast of California is home to numerous quiet, charming small towns. It's a different way of life here, surrounded by art and the peaceful sounds of the ocean. Small-town streets are filled with art galleries, eclectic shops and boutique tasting rooms. The drive on Highway One from Monterey to Santa Barbara is not to be missed, with rugged outcroppings, wildlife sanctuaries and coastal wineries along the way. The golf here is also a little different, with world-renowned courses perched on the coast, surrounded by breathaking homes and ocean views.
- San Diego - San Diego, the eighth largest city in the United States and where California was born, is one of the premier golf areas in the country and in the world. The beautiful year-round temperate weather provides perfect days for golf in all four seasons. The variety in design includes layouts to satisfy the taste of any golfer. Desert courses are typical of East County, whereas tree-lined and links courses are predominant closer to the coast. Golf courses carved along canyons are characterized by dramatic changes in elevation, and the daily variations of the wind make club selection and playability even more difficult. Sycuan Sizzler Golf Package
- San Francisco/Napa - San Francisco is one of the world's top travel destinations, with its famous tourist attractions and eclectic neighborhoods. Alcatraz Island offers a glimpse into a unique piece of history (and a terrific view of San Francisco Bay). Fisherman's Wharf rings with the barking of seals and brims with the world's finest Dungeness crab restaurants. North Beach's Italian flavor sidles up next to Chinatown, while Union Square and Haight-Ashbury entice with diverse shopping opportunities. Just beyond San Francisco, the Napa and Sonoma wine country beckons with rolling vineyards and award-winning wineries.
- Banff, Alberta - The secret's out. Alberta has some of the most outstanding golf courses anywhere. Where else can you tee off on a Stanley Thompson-designed course under the shadow of snow-tipped mountains, and encounter interesting hazards like elk on the putting green? Alberta's diverse terrain makes its golf courses both beautiful and challenging. Whether you seek a majestic mountain setting, the challenge of a traditional Scottish links-style course or just a first class golf course down the road, Banff has it all!
- Prince Edward Island - Prince Edward Island's golf community has a proud history dating back to 1893, when the Charlottetown Golf Club opened its doors. Since then, both the quality and the quantity of golf courses has continued to grow and PEI has recently been rated by the readers of Score Magazine as "Canada's Best Golf Destination." In addition to offering a premier golf experience featuring a variety of nationally ranked courses and breathtaking scenery (spring, summer and fall), PEI also offers all the ingredients for a memorable vacation for the whole family.
- Mont Tremblant, Quebec - 90 minutes north of Montreal, at the foot of one of the highest peaks in the Laurentians (965m/3,165 ft), Tremblant is one of the most popular golf resorts in Northeastern America and the latest hit with golfers looking for a challenge and something out of the ordinary. It's also right next door to Parc du Mont-Tremblant, a huge provincial nature park.
- Whistler, B.C. In 1983, Whistler built its first golf course designed by Arnold Palmer, The Whistler Golf Club. A few years later, Whistler received three more golf courses - all championship designed and award winning. Whistler's golf courses built around mountain peaks, fresh air and spectacular scenery are now considered some of the best courses in the game of golf.
- Bahamas - The Bahamas, specifically the Grand Bahama Island, maintains a distinct blend of international glamour and tropical ease, giving travelers freedom to do everything or nothing at all. The Bahamas averages seven hours of completely sunny skies per day, and rain seldom lasts for longer than it takes to get under cover - even during the rainy season. Golfers from around the world play here, with pros playing in world-class tournaments. There is no season to limit play here, just year-round blue skies and warm weather. Beautiful settings abound, framing tee boxes and fairways with picture-postcard backdrops for your best shot.
- Bermuda- Extraordinarily pleasant weather and a distinctive islandscape make people love Bermuda wholeheartedly. Even though we speak of Bermuda as an "island", it is in fact composed of approximately 180 islands, linked by bridges, and divided into nine picturesque parishes. But all of the islands feature spectacular beaches, lush vegetation and unique wildlife. Golfers have always been drawn to Bermuda's gorgeous scenery, highly agreable climate and sophisticated array of before and after-game activities. Conceived by some of the game's most renowned course designers, each offers a stunning array of challenges and spectacular ocean vistas. Better still, they are open for play year-round. Fore!
- Dominican Republic - The Dominican Republic is one of the premier golf destinations in the Caribbean. If you wish to embark on this fascinating sport in the Dominican Republic we make everything you need available to you with a selection of resorts with their own golf courses. The majority of the courses are found along the coast in the country's burgeoning resorts, each with its own distinct identity, carefully designed with the coastline and hills incorporated. Several championship courses are waiting for you to play in this tropical paradise! Golf is one of the Dominican Republic's top attractions.
- Puerto Rico - Revel in the beauty of nature wherever you choose to golf in Puerto Rico. Wander past lush, tropical vegetation, winding rivers, rolling hills, breath-taking bluffs, and dazzling ocean views while you hone your skills at what many consider to be the best golfing destination in the Caribbean. With more than 15 world class courses, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., Rees Jones, Tom and George Fazio, and Greg Norman, you can play a new course every day for two weeks on end. Seem like paradise? You're not dreaming - you're in Puerto Rico.
- Maui - Playing Golf in Heaven! In 1999, Golf Digest named Hawaii "The Best State for Golf." Nothing has changed since. Start with the weather. In Maui there truly is only one season - and it's the perfect season for golf. Next, the terrain. Indescribable settings. Epic views. Rich volcanic soil. Incredible variety. Maui courses are known for their breathtaking scenery and vistas, their fast-breaking Bermuda greens and, of course, their famous trade winds, which can turn even the most benign course into a true challenge and test of one's golfing prowess.
- Oahu - Oahu has a truly diverse collection of golf courses. As you might expect, there are balmy layouts with coconut palms. But there are also courses carved from tropical rain forests, and courses cut from mountainous, desert-like terrain. There are courses built of former ranch lands and fields of sugar cane, and seaside layouts that resemble British links. Constant sunshine makes for long hours of dependable golfing weather, and the spectacular surrounding scenery quiets the mind and stirs the heart.
- Dublin & East - Dublin, the capital city of the Republic of Ireland, is a cosmopolitan, bustling city, which literally buzzes with energy and excitement. However, the great thing about Dublin is that if you fancy something quieter, half an hour's drive outside the city centre will take you to mountain walks, stately homes and gardens and fishing villages. The city is a great center for culture and you'll be spoiled for choice with all the fine museums, art galleries and theatres. Dublin is also home to a great literary tradition: its native sons include Shaw, Yeats, Wilde and Beckett. You can't talk about Dublin without mentioning the architecture; walking around the city you'll see everything from medieval and Georgian architecture to more modern buildings. If you are looking for a gastronomic experience, Dublin boasts a vast array of restaurants serving haute cuisine to traditional pub grub menus.
- North & North West - The North West's landscape has been remarkably unaffected by the passage of time and is a striking mixture of coastal beauty, rambling hills, mountains and lovely lakes, all which provide an extremely interesting location for any visitor. If you are interested in poetry, the North West is a must, as it contains Sligo - the birthplace of one of Ireland's greatest poets, W.B. Yeats. You can visit the Yeats building and also visit his grave at Drumcliff churchyard. There is a fabulous choice of top class accommodation and restaurants in the North West, with evening entertainment freely available in a range of high quality venues. The area boasts splendid facilities for golfing, angling, equestrian, hiking, biking, cruising and watersports to name but a few.
- South West - The County of Cork shares with Kerry the south-western corner of Ireland. Washed by the warm Gulf Stream and the mild moist southerly winds, palm trees and bamboo flourish. The whole South West of Ireland is one of the most popular holiday areas in Ireland and is a region of scenic contrasts. This region is steeped in ancient history and folklore. There are over 100 heritage and cultural sites of significance in the region and these sites cover many diverse aspects of Ireland's heritage and culture. Cork is the largest of all of the Irish counties and Cork City, the European Capital of Culture 2005, is Ireland's third city (after Dublin and Belfast) and is alive with the cultural richness of a truly modern city - annually featuring the world-renowned film and jazz festivals.
- Ayrshire & West - Ayrshire offers a chance for visitors to contrast island life with that of the mainland. Ayrshire has historic castles and country parks, award winning museums and heritage centres, plus forty-four golf courses. Ayrshire and the town of Ayr is particularly associated with Robert Burns and you can visit his birthplace - the Burns' Cottage and Museum - situated in nearby Alloway. The spectacular mountain profile of the Isle of Arran fills the sea horizon as viewed from the Ayshire coast.
- Edinburgh & East Lothian - Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, reflects the history, culture and personality of the nation. From the first view of the Castle - with its dramatic tales of siege, warfare and dark deeds - to the bohemian restaurants and bars of the port of Leith, Edinburgh represents the essence of Scotland, its history and its modern day nationhood. Further out from the city, Edinburgh is bordered by the seawaters of the Firth of Forth to the north, and the Pentland Hills in the south, while to the east and west lie the Lothians: an area with many interesting towns, a fine coastline and attractive countryside. Places of great historical importance include the remains of Linlithgow Palace, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.
- North & Highlands - One of the last wilderness in Europe, The Highlands of Scotland offer visitors a range of unique experiences. The capital of the Highlands is the thriving town of Inverness, attractively set on the banks of the River Ness and offering excellent shopping, restaurants and accommodations. The Highland's eastern seaboard between Nairn and John o' Groats leads the visitor on an exciting voyage of discovery. Through villages and towns such as Nairn, Tain, Dornoch and Wick, the journey to the mainland's most northerly point, Dunnet Head, is an altogether unforgettable experience. On the North East coast, Scotland's third largest city, properous Aberdeen offers visitors a wide selection of quality shops, bars, restaurants and cultural entertainment opportunities within a literally "sparkling" environment.
- St. Andrews & Fife - The Kingdom of Fife is just a short drive or rail journey from Edinburgh across the Firth of Forth. In addition to spectacular coastline, Fife is famous for two very ancient and historic towns - Dunfermline and St. Andrews. Dunfermline was the residence of early Celtic kings and its fine abbey is the burial place of Robert the Bruce. Dunfermline was also the birthplace of the philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, and lands gifted by him to the people of the town can still be enjoyed at Pittencrieff Park today. St. Andrews is home to Scotland's oldest university, which was built in 1413, as well as being the world-renowned "Home of Golf".
- North Wales - When it comes to attractions, North Wales offers something to suit every taste...you will find there just aren't enough hours in the day or days in the week. Castles, stately homes, gardens, lively family parks, art galleries, craft centres, museums, steam trains we have it all!. You can potter around charming towns and villages, explore our rugged coastline, feel soft sand between your toes, or have some family fun at the many events taking place all year round. Whatever the weather, there is something for everyone.
South Wales - In South Wales you're never far from a mountain or the sea - so it's no wonder walkers, cyclists, surfers and sailors love to come and visit. There is a real buzz about Cardiff , our capital city and the nearby Glamorgan Heritage Coast. Swansea & the Gower, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay all have wonderful clean beaches and some surprising marine life. The shores of Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion include dolphins, porpoises, basking sharks, Atlantic grey seals and leatherback turtles. The Brecon Beacons National Park leads to the steep-sided Valleys of South Wales carved by the rivers Rhondda, Taff, Rhymney and Cynon. The beautiful Wye Valley & the Vale of Usk forms the border with Herefordshire & the Forest of Dean.
North & South Wales Foursome Special!