Cinnamon Hill Golf Club

Jamaica GolfWhat makes the Caribbean a favorite vacation destination are the amazing beaches that surround the island, the perfect weather, and some of the world’s finest golf courses. Professional golfers looking for that perfect retreat or memorable golfing vacation often flock this magnificent island to experience nature at its finest. In 1969, Hank Smedley carved out an outstanding masterpiece to what was once a large sugar plantation. Ringed by the lush green mountains, the Cinnamon Hill Golf Club offers the challenging rounds of golf in an oceanfront setting. Redesigned by the famed Von Hagge and Baril in 2001, this Rose Hall Resort course features the windswept front nine, the demanding back nine, as well as the diverse elevations that provide the best combinations of the links and inland golf.

To make each round more challenging, the dense foliage guards the layout’s fairways and the ocean’s coastal winds can be an adversary or an advocate for each game. At its closing stretch, golfers will also encounter the treacherous strategically placed bunkers as the course moves into Blue Mountain’s lower elevations. From the Majestic Blue, the course’s signature hole, every golfer will have their fair share of the panoramic aquamarine sea scenery. Aside from the remarkable golf holes, the Cinnamon Hill Golf Club also takes pride of their expert caddies that has been cited by Golfer Magazine as one of “The Best in the World”. These caddies were expertly trained and hold the deep knowledge of Cinnamon Hill’s rich history and the game of golf.

Ranked by Golf Digest as among Jamaica’s finest golf resorts, this par-72 layout is about majestic panoramas, outstanding facilities and services, best conditioned layouts, and unrivalled golfing rounds perfectly blended into one exciting package.

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