Running mostly along Rendezvous Bay, you'll be treated to both fine golf and a variety of natural landscapes. From the very first hole, in what's been called the "Caribbean's answer to the 18th at Pebble Beach," you'll get a spectacular view of St. Maarten across the channel, and by the 18th, you'll be playing alongside salt marshes and mangrove thickets.
The course is open year round, but at times during September and October the resort will be closed, but golfing is still available on weekend mornings. Having been erected in 2006, guests visiting this course will find considerably modern facilities. Greg Norman designed CuisinArt Resort Golf Course. The golf course has been given a course rating of 69.3, and its 18 holes measure out to a total of 5772 yards.
Efforts have been made by the designers to preserve the native foliage, and to orient the course abound the island's natural terrain. This can make for a challenging, but interesting round of golf. On some holes, it might be the trade winds that knock your ball around, and on others, it'll be the narrow fairway winding through an undulating landscape.
Check this table for summary information concerning this course.
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Depending on the time of day you're playing, as well as the season, non-hotel guests can expect to pay between $125 and $180 for a full 18 holes, whiles CuisinArt guests will pay between $100 and $150. CuisinArt Resort Golf Course accepts all major credit cards.
Appropriate golf attire, including a collared shirt and suitable shorts or pants, are required. Beach clothing is not allowed.
If you need a little extra help with putting, arrive a little before your scheduled tee time to have a little practice time. Luckily, this golf course does house a putting green for patrons to practice on. Newbies or even seasoned pros that are taking the time to practice their swing can make use of the driving range that is found here.
CuisinArt Resort Golf Course is in the same region as Blowing Point, the most close by urban area, so touring the city could be a fun side-trip after visiting the golf course.
The closest airport is, so tourists landing and departing there may want to plan on golfing here. The airport is only four and a half miles away from this golf course.
The number of other people hitting the links can vary widely, depending on everything from the time the sun sets to how packed the area's hotels are. There are sufficient numbers of accommodations in the area, which means you will likely be sharing the experience with a fair number of additional visiting guests enjoying themselves alongside you. This is a popular district, so if you're looking for a place to stay close to this location, you have some good options to consider. Choose from among the many hotels listed below.
|CuisinArt Resort & Spa||0.0||N||Resort|
|Anguilla Great House Beach Resort||0.3||E||Resort|
|Paradise Cove Resort||1.0||SW||Hotel|
|Carimar Beach Club||1.3||WNW||Hotel|
|Malliouhana Hotel & Spa||1.3||NW||Hotel|
Located in Rendezvous Bay, CuisinArt Resort Golf Course is situated within CuisinArt Resort & Spa, and provides a fun chance to golf. But even if you aren't staying in the vicinity, you should think about stopping by to check it out. Blowing Point is a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) to the east.
Primary Phone: (264) 498-5602
FAX: (264) 498-5603
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