The course has a couple of water holes on the front nine, makes its way inland, before finally heading back out to the ocean. As one familiar with Martinique would expect, the course does not lay flat. Though the most daunting water hazards come from the seaside holes, additional streams and waterways come into play as well. Despite the lack of competing golf courses on the island, this one is still a nice play and worth a shot.
This course has become an established place to tee off, since it was built in 1976. The layout, holes, and sand traps reflect the design of Robert Trent Jones Sr., the architect of the course. The 18 holes here measure out to 6640 yards.
This remains the lone course on Martinique. It sits comfortably overlooking the still waters of Les Trois-ilets Bay. located on the rocky coast of the southwestern peninsula, golfers will have views of the hills and mountainsides studded with local residences.
View the chart below for a brief summary of this course.
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If putting isn't your strong suit, arrive a slight bit early to get in a little practice. The great thing is that the course does have a practice putting green for golfers to practice on. Beginners or even seasoned golfers that are practicing their swing should spend some time at the driving range that is available here.
Golf de L'Imperatrice Josephine is near Trois Ilets, the closest metropolitan area, so exploring the city is a convenient option.
The popularity this golf course on any given day can vary, depending on everything from the time of day to how many people have booked nearby hotels. The golf course is not near any major hotels, but you may see guests staying at the few small hotels in the area.
Situated in the vicinity of Trois Ilets, Golf de L'Imperatrice Josephine provides a fun golfing experience. But even if you aren't staying nearby, you are free to stop by to check it out. It is west of Trois Ilets.
Primary Phone: 596 68 32 81
FAX: 596 68 38 97
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