Established in 1891 and is recognized as one of the oldest golf clubs in the Western Hemisphere, this strategically designed championship golf course has proven to be a stern test for golfers of all abilities. Its narrow fairways, contoured greens and mature tropical trees all strategically positioned to present a challenging yet enjoyable golfing experience. They invite you to join them at a place that will always be “Private by Nature.”
Built in 1891, this course on Trinidad and Tobago has become a staple of the area. The golf course has been given a course rating of 70.0, and its 18 holes have a total length of 6809 yards. Also note that there is a golf professional, Anthony Gill, handy who can help beginners perfect their swing or give advanced pointers for experienced players.
Carved out of the forested and mountainous region of inland Trinidad, the undulating landscape will provide unique challenges at every hole. The fairways are thin, and errant tee shots could very well end up in the dense jungle that surrounds the course.
St. Andrews Golf Course is a par 72 stretching as far as 6,555 yards from the back tee box and 5,375 yards from the front tee box. Although not particularly long the course requires precise and accurate golf shots. You must position your ball in the right places in order to score well. Risk and reward is the best known phrase for this championship golf course. The more you choose to cut the corners the greater the reward although the greater the risk of getting in to trouble.
Golfers of all abilities enjoy playing at St. Andrews Golf Club. There are no forced carries off the tee box and the greens are very receptive to approach shots. The course is challenging yet playable for those of higher handicaps.
Members and guests have full access to all the facilities such as the swimming pool, bar and restaurant, driving range, chipping green, putting green, fully stocked Pro-shop, and newly renovated locker rooms.
View the table below for a few key facts concerning this course.
|Holes||Par||Yards||Rating||Slope||Driving Range||Putting Green|
Proper golf attire should be worn at all times, and soft spikes are required on the course.
St. Andrews Golf Club is in the same region as Port of Spain, the closest notable area, so a trip into the city——for snacks, drinks, and other attractions——is a convenient option.
At only 13 and a half miles away off from the golf course, the nearest airport,, is typically used by the same type of vacationers as those that go golfing at St. Andrews Golf Club.
If other golf properties may interest you, there are a couple of other golf courses worthy of mentioning within easily within reach of St. Andrews Golf Club. These sites are Chaguaramas Golf Club and Chaguaramas Golf Club. The next closest is Chaguaramas Golf Club. It's found just a taxi trip away.
The crowdedness of the golf course can vary widely, depending on everything from the time of day to how full the nearby hotels are. Typically, you can expect to share the course with more than a few hotel guests who are staying close by. Still need a place to stay? You will find plenty of hotels located near this golf course. Check out the closest ones by looking at the table below.
|Royal Palm Suite Hotel||--||--||Hotel|
|Crosswinds Villa||--||--||B & B|
|Cascadia Hotel And Conference Center||2.2||S||Hotel|
|Coblentz Inn Boutique Hotel||2.6||S||Hotel|
Located in the vicinity of Port of Spain, 3.5 miles north of Belmont, St. Andrews Golf Club can offer a fun golfing experience. Regardless of whether or not you're rooming particularly close, you should think about stopping by to enjoy a great time. In case you're wondering, Port of Spain is to the south west.
Starting from downtown Port of Spain at Queen’s Park Savannah, take a left headed toward Maraval. Go north approximately 1 km and then turn right onto La Sieva Road. You will see the KFC and Royal Bank of Canada on the left just before the right turn. Then, go north approximately 4 km passing Morne Coco Road and continuing through the Village. There is a Gas Station at the corner. At the junction, keep heading north. Do not turn left onto Morne Coco Road, but instead go straight onto Perseverance Road. Bear right at the fork in the road onto the Moka Main Road. Turn left at St. Andrews Wynd when you see the club's sign, and drive until you reach security booth at end of the road. The security guard will direct you to the Clubhouse Main office or Pro Shop.
Location: Moka, Maraval, the vicinity of Port of Spain, Trinidad
Primary Phone: (868) 629-0066 ext. 26
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