Known as one of the best and most challenging tests of golf in the Caribbean, Provo Golf Club is a relaxing green oasis, set amongst the natural flora and fauna of the island. Fairways feature natural limestone outcroppings and are lined with native bush and inland lakes. The front nine features water on six holes, while the tight back nine has a further four 'lake holes', home to a colorful array of water birds including flamingos, pelicans and various types of heron. Great facilities, no restrictions on tee times, good tempo rounds, a cooling island breeze and a great round of golf - what more could you ask for!
Voted one of the Caribbean's best golf courses and the Host of the 2009 Caribbean Amateur Golf Championship
Waterloo Golf Club is a 9 hole, par 54 course built in the grounds of the Office of the Governor of the Turks & Caicos Islands. Officially opened on January 3, 1998, it was designed by His Excellency the Governor and built entirely by volunteers, including the Governor himself. The course which is 2758 yards long, is open to tourists. It is located just a few hundred yards from the Cruise Ship Center. The Green Fees are $25 per day, no matter how many times you play.
If you wish to play during your visit to Grand Turk, simply call in at the Governor's office. As the course is small, the number of players allowed on the course at once is limited to 36 so please come early. Clubs are available for hire, but if you have your own clubs please bring them along as numbers are limited.