Sweet Jamaica’s Courses Work Their Magic

Renowned as the jewel of Caribbean golf, Jamaica is home to several of the world’s most beguiling resort courses—including an often-overlooked Stanley Thompson design set in the foothills of the Blue Mountains.

Nine Caribbean Courses to Remember

Winter got you down? Grab the sticks and head to the sunny Caribbean, where Pete Dye, Greg Norman, Tom McBroom and other top architects have been busy revamping existing courses and building new showpieces. Canadian Golf Traveller visits nine of the Caribbean’s very best.

Living Large on the 19th Hole

What’s a golf trip without great food and drink? From fried bammy in Jamaica to a tall, cool mug of Bootlegger Brown Ale in Quebec, a few of my favourite after-golf nibbles and tipples.

At Play with Dolphins Toni and Reggae in Jamaica

I’m in the ocean lagoon at the famous Half Moon, on the losing end of a water fight. It’s two against one and my playful friends have the unfair advantage of pectoral fins that splash so much water that I’m quickly swamped. Is it my imagination, or are they laughing along with me? I’m instantly smitten by Reggae and Toni, Atlantic bottlenose dolphins who are the star attractions of the Jamaican resort’s unique dolphin experience.

Golf With the Stars in a Celebrity Pro-Am

Pro-ams offer amateurs the thrill of teeing it up — and sometimes partying till dawn — with sports legends and movie stars. There may even be a round with golf’s clown prince Bill Murray in your future.