The 2018 Noble Beach Prize winner for The Most Swingin’ Greens is Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa, Jamaica. You’re going to be feeling green with envy after you hear all this majestic Caribbean golf course has to offer.
This stunning Caribbean golf course offers a quintessential golf experience while protecting a rich cultural and natural environment. You can take in the beachy views and let the ocean spray hit your face on the signature 17th hole, 350 feet above the gorgeous Caribbean Sea. Or swing your club toward the historic Rose Hall Great House on the 2nd hole and near the 15th hole, among the tropical flora, you’ll be transported to a scene from the James Bond thriller Live and Let Die.
Awards for Days
Ranked as one of the “Top Courses in Jamaica” by Golf Digest Magazine and listed as one of the “Best Tour Courses” by Golf Week Magazine, it’s easy to see we aren’t the only ones who think this course is fabulous.
Robert von Hagge was a golf course architect credited with the design of more than 250 courses in over 20 countries and Rick Baril is a well-known and well-established golf course architect who often worked closely with von Hagge. Together, these two created this amazing Caribbean golf course to encompass as much of the Caribbean as possible. Swing your club toward the historic Rose Hall Great House on the second hole. At the fourth hole you’ll be strokes away from the centuries-old burial plot for the family of the English poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Near the 15th hole you’ll be transported to a scene from the James Bond thriller Live and Let Die.
There’s no question as to why Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa won the 2018 Noble Beach Prize for Most Swingin’ Greens. If you’re ready to tee off at this fabulous course, head over to the resorts page to see all of the other awesome amenities they offer.