The Tryall Golf Course is built on an old sugar plantation, and designed by Texan Ralph Plummer. This 18-hole, 6221 yard, par 72 course is very definitely one of the most beautiful golf courses anywhere. Nine holes border the Caribbean, and nine wind their way through the surrounding hills and past the luxury villas of the Tryall estate, providing stunning views.
The Mazda LPGA/Senior PGA was played here from 1985 to 1987 ... the LPGA Jamaica Classic from 1988 to 1990 ... the Johnnie Walker World Championship from 1991 to 1995 ... the last event won by Fred Couples ... the only player to break par that year.
Visit their attractive and informative website for more information about the Tryall Golf Club and Course.
Click on the Tryall Golf Club marker on the map ...
... and then click on the funny little Y shaped arrow at the bottom right of the pop-up box to get driving directions from your own location.
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