Tryall Golf Course, Sandy Bay

Tryall Golf Club is a private country club in Hanover Parish, Jamaica, just outside Montego Bay.
Founded in 1958 and designed by Ralph Plummer, it features a 6,800 yard 18-hole course. In 1963, it hosted Shell's Wonderful World of Golf match between Dow Finsterwald and Peter Alliss. It also hosted the LPGA Tour's The Jamaica Classic from 1989 to 1991 and the unofficial PGA Tour event Johnnie Walker World Golf Championship from 1991 to 1995. In 2005, it was voted the Best Golf course in the Caribbean by CaribbeanWorld Magazine.
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  • The course is challenging but pleasant, and not so tough as the course I play back home, which is a PGA course. The condition of the course was sub-PGA standard - bare patches on some greens and poor....  more »
  • We recently played 18 holes at the course. The holes are scenic and the caddies that you must take are very nice and gave us many good tips during our game.  more »

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