In the 18th century Cinnamon Hill was a 400-acre sugar plantation. Today it is one of the most spectacular Golf Courses in the world. This course truly epitomizes the natural beauty of Jamaica. The ocean and mountain vistas here are breathtaking, and trade winds keep the action cool.
The landscape here is quite dramatic with lush green valleys, blue mountains, and a spectacular coastline where, on the front nine, players are close enough to the ocean to feel the sea spray on their faces.
Experienced caddies are available for advice on the course layout and the fast greens. Golf digest has rated Cinnamon Hill as one of the top three courses in the Caribbean.
Familiar to James Bond fans, scenes from the movie 'Live and Let Die' were filmed here.
Par 71, 6,637 yards
USGA rating 72.4/Slope 133
PGA PROFESSIONALS COMMENT
"Cinnamon Hill gives you the sense that you're playing in Cabo San Lucas, being that it overlooks the ocean with breathtaking views."
Ted O'Rourke, PGA Head Professional at Morris County, New Jersey