Playing Golf in the French Caribbean

The Caribbean has always been a popular golf course destination for golfers.

Giving the opportunity to practice their sport with sometimes cystal blue waters as a decor, French Caribbean represents a good option for golf holidays. Excepted in St Barts, which is a 25 square kilometer island with hilly geography, you can enjoy playing golf in Guadeloupe, Martinique and St Martin.
So pack your clubs for your next trip to the French Caribbean and experience firsthand the fun of playing golf under the tropical sun!

St Martin: Golf  Mullet Bay

Located on the edge of Mullet Bay Beach on the Dutch part of the island, this 18-hole, par 70 course is a magnificent setting for golfers.
In 1990, a small group of keen golfers has founded the Sint Maarten Golf Association with over 130 players. This was to make their golfing experience more meaningful and to promote the sport on the island.
Following their example, golfers on the French side of the island have founded in 2005 the Tamarins Golf Association (founder: Hockins Seguelha).
The main goal was to make it possible to validate the Mullet Bay Golf Course and to organize official competitions and qualifying your handicap by the FFG.

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Guadeloupe: Golf International de St. Francois

This public 18-hole, par-71 course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and is known for its windy conditions and multiple water traps, offering a serious challenge to all who play.

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Martinique: Golf de l’Imperatrice Josephine

Playing golf in Martinique is a pleasant experience with beautiful tropical settings and cooling sea breeze. There is one golf course in Martinique to enjoy: The Empress Josephine Golf Course in Trois-Ilets, opened in 1976. It was designed by Robert Trend Jones Sr. and makes full use of banks, trees, lakes, bunkers and obstacles to provide 18 holes of challenging golf.

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