Destinations, Golf

Where to Golf on St. Thomas

November 5, 2012 by

Golfing on St. Thomas

St. Thomas is a tropical paradise offering countless ways to relax, and also provides plenty of things for visitors to do from shopping to scuba diving.

The beauty of St. Thomas extends to its the Mahogany Run Golf Course attracting both golfers and non-golfers alike.

Mahogany Run Golf Course on St. Thomas

Mahogany Run Golf Course on St. Thomas

Mahogany Run Golf Course

The Mahogany Run Golf Course is a championship course located just fifteen minutes from the island’s major hotels and resorts. This popular course offers 18 of the most challenging and beautiful holes in the Caribbean.

Three of the most famous holes include the 13th, 14th and 15th. This signature trio is better known as the “Devil’s Triangle.” Here, golfers are challenged by a daunting stretch of the Caribbean Sea that stretches between the tee and green.

When President Clinton, graced this course with his presence on his first trip to St. Thomas in 1996, he described it as “very challenging” but returned a year later to golf the links again.

Devil's Triangle

Devil’s Triangle

Location

The Mahogany Run Golf Course is located on the north side of the island, about 20 minutes from port of Charlotte Amalie, and is open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset.

Tee Times

Tee times can be set up in advance by calling 800-253-7103 (ext. 1). Individuals can reserve up to 48 hours in advance of the day of play. For groups of two or more, tee times can be arranged up to two months in advance when green fees and cart fees are prepaid.

Other Things to Do on St. Thomas

While golfers soak up the opportunity to golf on St. Thomas, when you’re vacationing with family members who do not share that passion, there are still plenty of activities to keep everyone happy.

Several popular activities on St. Thomas surround the spectacular natural environment. Snorkeling opens up a whole new world of colorful sealife, while time off the beach can be spent shopping and sightseeing.

Photo credits: virgin-islands-hotels.com, stthomasvirginisland.com, wamgolf.com



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