Royal St. Kitts Golf Club, South Coast

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Bordering black sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and stretching to the crystal calm waters of the Caribbean Sea, Royal St. Kitts Golf Club invites you for some golfing action spread over 125 acres (50 ha) and 18 holes. The par 71 golf course features 83 sand bunkers, 12 lakes, wide fairways, and large putting greens. Local wildlife includes egrets, lizards, and green tail monkeys. Finish off by visiting the local clubhouse located at the end of the course, which includes a full service golf shop, locker rooms, and a clubhouse grill. Make Royal St. Kitts Golf Club part of your personalized South Coast itinerary using our South Coast travel route planner.
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  • Last time we were in St Kitts back in '09, there was barely any wind. This time?... holy shlamoley... crazy windy! The course is in ok condition. It's not one of your more 'plush' rounds, but the.....  more
    Last time we were in St Kitts back in '09, there was barely any wind. This time?... holy shlamoley... crazy windy! The course is in ok condition. It's not one of your more 'plush' rounds, but the.....  more »
  • My husband and I have played on a lot of island courses. We were very pleased with the condition of this course and about 7 holes on the back are along the Atlantic Ocean. The course has its... 
    My husband and I have played on a lot of island courses. We were very pleased with the condition of this course and about 7 holes on the back are along the Atlantic Ocean. The course has its...  more »
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  • It's an exciting place to go to. Lovely scenery
  • I would give this 2.5 stars if possible, because half of the course is good and half is pretty ... bad. The front 9 are along the road/in the backyard of local houses/in industrial areas. The greens are fine for the most part, but the cart path is bumpy and at some points unpaved. The branches from the trees hang into the cart path so you will get whipped in the face while driving. The views from the front 9 are basically non-existent, so if you only play 9 **play the back nine!** Don’t be deceived by the pictures. There were some local people walking the course, so be careful to not hit anyone with a rogue ball.. Additionally, I would not take valuables here. Be wary of bugs and sand-spurs as we had a few bites and spurs stick to our shoes for going in the taller grass. The good: the back nine have great views along the ocean. The course was not busy and we did not have to wait except for one hole in the beginning. The staff is nice and you get a water with an ice cooler on your cart. The bad: Ladies rental clubs were not in great shape, but the mens that we played with were fine. The non-golfers (coconut harvesters, lawn care/maintenance, golf ball salesmen) are a bit distracting. The front 9 are standard public course - nothing great and could definitely skip as they have no water views. 1 round for 2 people with rental clubs was $400-$500. We brought our own balls. If we could do it over again, we would have adventured to Nevis (we stayed at the Park Hyatt not Marriott) to play at the four seasons.

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