Golfing Turks and Caicos

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For many of us, a vacation just isn’t a proper vacation without at least a couple rounds of golf. The sun is shining, the air is fresh, and you can smell the Caribbean Sea. You tee off and she’s a beauty, straight down the fairway. The palm trees wave gently in the breeze, showing their polite applause, and you set out for one of the best games of your life. Maybe it’s something in your sublime state of relaxation; maybe it’s Turks and Caicos. Whatever the cause, whatever the effect, right here right now feels perfect. Golfing Turks and Caicos is an exercise in bliss.

Lucky for you, Turks and Caicos offers one of the Top 10 golf courses in the entire Caribbean. Provo Golf Club is a veritable tropical oasis with an abundance of vibrant colours and stunning natural features.  This 18-hole, 72-par championship course offers a test for golfers of all calibers. Receiving a 4-star rating from Golf Digest Magazine, Provo Golf Club can be challenging – which just adds to its allure. There’s twelve lakes as water traps, hosting a wide array of exotic birds such as flamingos, egrets, and herons. With over 1,000 palm trees adding to the marvelous factor of sheer beauty, the Provo Golf Club has recently seen $1.5 million in impressive course improvements. It’s legendary for not only its challenge, but its rugged layout of limestone outcroppings and island flora and fauna that accompany your game.

The facilities are excellent with a spectacular club house. The Fairways Bar & Grill is a relaxing atmosphere with spectacular views where everyone is welcome to enjoy what many call the best brunch on the island. The fully-stocked Pro Shop has tripled in size, offering club rentals with premium TaylorMade equipment. There’s also a warm-up driving range with nets, putting green, chipping area, and even tennis courts. Sign up for a lesson from a PGA Teaching Professional and improve your game. It’s golfing Turks and Caicos at its finest.

Come experience Provo Golf Club and see for yourself why they call it “the jewel in the Turks and Caicos’ crown”.

Regular Rates:
18 Holes – $180 per person
9 Holes – $95 per person