Irie is a word in the Jamaica creole that can mean feeling happy, cool or a state of feeling really good.
It is no doubt that many places in Jamaica can make you feel irie. We have put together some really cool Active Tourism places you can visit when in Jamaica.
 GOLF COURSES

Half Moon Golf ClubHalf Moon Golf Club.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones, this extremely spacious course is known for the unforgettable challenges. Famous for the challenges of the 535-yard 3rd hole and the relatively short 362-yard 4th hole. The 3rd hole offers a choice of driving over a strand of trees or driving down the open side to the green, guarded by a water hazard on the right.
Phone: (876) 953-3105/953-2211


Tryall Golf ClubThe Tryall Golf Club.
Former home of the LPGA Tour's Jamaica Classic and The Johnny Walker World Championship. This picturesque course, with its rolling fairways, devilish greens and unique layout is considered the finest in the world. It was build 1960 by Texas architect Ralf Plummer on the site of a 19th century sugar plantation. Phone: (876) 956-5681


Cinamon Hill GolfCinnamon Hill Golf Club.
Designed and opened in April 2001. It immediately pass the test by the Caribbean Classic golf Championship. The course plays from sea level to 900 feet and is blessed with refreshing daily trade wind.
A 18th-century sugar mill ruins, aqueducts and stone wall run throughout the course. (876) 953.2984
E-Mail: cinnamonhill@rosehall.com



Golf at The CarltonWhite Witch Golf Course
at the Ritz-Carlton Rose Hall
.
Winding through the mountains of Jamaica's historic 4,000 acre Rose Hall Plantation, sited on 200 acres of lush greenery and rolling countryside. Enjoy panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea from the convenience of your golf cart. Whether perfecting your seasoned swing or partaking in your first 18 holes, our golf courses in Jamaica provide a soothing ambiance to drive optimal performance. Phone: (876) 684-5174

Ironshore  GolfIronshore Golf & Country Club.
Located inMontego Bay, Jamaica, the Ironshore Golf & Country Club is an 18-holeparkland style, par-72 course which has garnered the reputation of being one ofthe most interesting courses in Jamaica. Built in the early 1970's by Canadian Robert Moot, this beautiful course offers large, well-bunkered greens. This golf course most noted for its majestic Australian pines also offers arelaxing Club House complete with pro-shop and a cocktail lounge. Tel: 876-953-3682.


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