With the promise of white sands, warm waters and a blazing sun, visitors from across the globe travel to the islands of Turks and Caicos for a chance to immerse themselves in paradise. To cater to the large number of visitors to the island, in 1991, the Provo Gold Club was opened to serve as an attraction for golf enthusiasts visiting the islands. If you’re staying at a Caribbean luxury resort, there’ll be a number of things to do while you’re here, besides golfing, such as snorkelling and sunset cruises, both of which can be organized by properties such as COMO Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos.
The Provo Golf Club was set up in Grace Bay, Providenciales by the well established HAB Group Ltd. Designed by Karl Litten, a famous gold course architect, many have played on the well manicured golf lawns here since its opening. The 18 hole golf course is said to be quite a refreshing experience, as you get to enjoy the cool breeze while you’re focusing on putting your next shot! Golfing in the Caribbean takes a whole new meaning at this golf course. Provo Golf Club is known for its beautiful rugged layout that’s home to a number of flora and fauna such as egrets, heron, waterfowl and migratory flamingos; most of which gather around the lakes.
The golf course is conveniently open daily, all year round, from 7 am till sunset. For those who don’t know how to play but want to partake in this fun sport while on holiday can registered for golf lessons which usually cost 80 USD an hour. Visitors are advised to wear golf appropriate clothing. If you don’t have your golfing equipment, you can rent them at the club.
Facilities at the golf club include a full service pro – shop, practice chipping and putting areas and a bar and grill for golfers to regain their energy with a full meal or a refreshing beverage.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+