Saint Lucia Golf Courses Available
With the launch of a new 18-hole golf course, which is said to be the most picturesque location on the island, one has to wonder how many other courses existed before the Cabot course started construction. Here are some facts you need to know.
All the golf courses on Saint Lucia were designed to use the natural landscape to make for a fun and memorable experience. Before the Cabot location opens, there are only two places to golf on the island.
The first is the Sandals St. Lucia Golf and Country Club, an 18-hole championship course. The second is also part of a Sandals Resort called the Sandals Regency La Toc golf course. This latter course is a 9-hole course.
Sandals St. Lucia Golf and Country Club is considered a par 71 course. It was designed in collaboration with Greg Norman. Norman helped with the redesign, and Sandals launched the fresh look in 2021. The course is over 7000 yards with changes in elevation and incredible views. Guests can enjoy a restaurant, pro shop, and pub as part of the onsite amenities. Those who book a room at the Sandals resort can play anytime during their stay without paying fees. Non-guests must pay $175 for all holes or $125 for half the course.
Sandals Regency La Toc is near the Castries. Onsite includes narrow fairways, a putting green, a driving range, and chipping green. Like the other course, it uses the natural rolling hillside and greenery to provide stunning views. It is just over 3300 yards and a par 33. Playing here is $17 for 2 rounds of the 9 holes or $10 for one round.
The fees have yet to be set for the newest course, which opens in December.