Half Moon Golf Club

Embodying “fertility” which is the symbolic meaning of a crescent moon, Half Moon Golf Club provides impressive undulating greens into the challenging holes and drives where luscious vistas serve as main attraction of this award-winning golf vacation location. Playing for par 72 on this championship course allows golfers to experience the wonderful architecture of Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The luxury embedded in this course makes it most sought after in all of Caribbean and in the world. The world-class amenities exhibit an architectural standard that shows how the makers went the extra mile to design this best course in Jamaica.

In 2005, Roger Rulewich’s renovation of the Half Moon Golf Club improved the attractions of the golf vacation destination course as he realigned the features, repositioned the fairways and greenside bunkers, and added complexes on the tee. Mindful not to diminish the integrity of this consistently unfailing 7,000 yards course, Rulewich maintained the natural direction of the land as he installed contemporary designs to improve the golf equipment, in order to meet modern golfers’ growing demands, while showcasing the magnificent beauty of Montego Bay.

Running for over 40 years, the Half Moon Golf Club has gathered numerous awards including the name “Best Caribbean Golf Resort” by Caribbean World Magazine and “2009 Golf Resort of the Year (Rest of World)” by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators. The fresh Bermuda grass and tropical breezes add to the reason why many consider it the best. Golfers love this course also because of its expert caddies made to help enhance a game with well-practised tips and new short-game techniques handed over by the golf trip instructor at the on-site golf academy.


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