Island golf at Provo Golf Club is substantially different then you might expect mainly because you will not see the ocean. You’ll feel the Caribbean breeze and that will certainly have you working your ball down low while facing difficult approach shots but you won’t have to worry about crashing surf and distracting ocean vistas. You are faced with golf course design that incorporates the mangroves of the island as well as water hazards and waste areas that call on your very best shot making ability.
Recent upgrades have improved Provo Golf Club and the condition of the course is consistent throughout from tee to green. The fairways are tight and the rough is manageable and the maintenance crew is doing a good job of keeping the Provo Golf Club experience to an above average standard for the Caribbean.
The course when stretched out from the black tees plays 6719 yards to a par 72. The white tees drop the yardage to 5863 and pad the scorecard with low numbers. Water is a prominent feature at Provo Golf Club with at least 10 holes forcing shots that must contend with water.
18 holes - $165 (includes cart)
Twilight Rate: $120 after 2pm
3 round pass: $390 (Per person, non-transferable)
5 round pass: $575 (Per person, non-transferable)
Hole #7 – Par 5 561 yards – The green is tucked away behind a small lake but getting there in two will take a huge drive and a dicey approach that must clear the lake. Lay up and you have a short wedge to a long green the requires a confident putting stroke.
Hole #11 – Par 4 313 yards- This hole id drivable if you are willing to tempt the hazards on the right. The green is guarded by sand but you are rewarded if you decide to play the high risk game.
Hole #17 – Par 3 163 yards- Fronted by water this picturesque hole is a real confidence builder. Drop your shot up front and let it roll slightly up the slope of the ample green. The water is intimidating but the relatively manageable distance heps you overcome the obstacle.
Provo Golf Club – a secret worth discovering!
Celebrating our 20th anniversary and located on the stunning island of Providenciales, in the Turks and Caicos Islands, British West Indies – our 18 hole championship golf course is voted consistently within the top ten Caribbean golf courses.
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