Teeing off next to the historic 300-year-old Tryall Water Wheel, this left to right uphill par 4 finishes with our spectacular Great House in full view. One of the few holes at Tryall which favours a left-to-right shape off the tee, the approach shot can also be fed in from the slope short and left of the green.
This uphill, left to right par 5 plays much longer than the scorecard yardage. The tee shot must carry a slim penalty area that runs diagonally across the fairway. The hole then turns left and climbs to an elevated green with some diabolical contours. Maybe the most difficult greens complex on the course.
The private nature of our golf resort in Jamaica means that the greens never get crowded, allowing you to play in peace and enjoy the surroundings.
This seemingly innocuous short par 4 is defined by the (usually) strong left to right wind. With Tryall’s Beach Club on the left and Sandy Bay Road to the right, only a well struck and well directed tee shot will find the fairway below. This should leave a medium-short approach to a well bunkered green. Get the tee shot in play and you may finish with birdie. But the 18th tee shot can also be a potential round wrecker!
Out of bounds runs the entire length of the hole on both sides and there’s usually a strong wind hurting from left to right. A low-flying tee shot under the tree line is advantageous as high-flying balls are often eaten up by the breeze. The second shot must then negotiate a penalty area in front of the green, OB left and right, a strong hurting cross wind to a sloping two-tiered green. Apart from all that it’s an easy hole!
Out of bounds flanks the entire right side of the hole. Tee shots must negotiate two well placed fairway bunkers. The front half of the green slopes towards the golfer, while the back half slopes away, making the approach shot awkward to get close regardless of the pin location.
Possibly the most difficult par 4 at Tryall. Penalty areas line the fairway on both sides. This long and straight hole plays into the wind and usually requires two of your very best shots to find the green in regulation. And the green is almost 50 yards deep so lengthy, breaking putts are commonplace.
The first of five extremely demanding par 4s to finish the round here at Tryall. Most scores are made or lost on this closing stretch. The 14th hole provides a stunning vista of the Caribbean. The fairway sweeps right to left but cambers left to right often resulting in awkward hanging lies. The visual backdrop to the green is spectacular but the complex is well protected by contours and bunkers.
A right to left tee shot will help to set up a scoring opportunity on this short par 4. The green slope from back to front and the approach shot should be kept under the hole to offer an easier birdie putt.
Take a moment to enjoy the view from this tee, you are now 300 feet above sea level and at the highest spot on the course. The last of Tryall’s demanding par 3s where (again) swirling winds often make club selection challenging. The green sloping dramatically from front left to back right can also make for some very difficult putts.
The shortest hole at Tryall, but no pushover. Swirling winds and elevation change can make club selection tricky, and the undulating green can make for some treacherous putts.
Don’t let the magnificent 360 degree view from this tee box distract you from one of the best par 4s on the course. The elevated tee box looks down to a fairway flanked by a penalty area left and deep tropical foliage to the right. The well bunkered, two-tiered, elevated green finish this wonderfully natural golf hole.
This reachable par 5 is a scoring opportunity. One of the more generous tee shots on the course playing down the prevailing wind, this hole is often reachable in two for longer hitters. That being said the elevated green is guarded by a penalty area short and deep bunker to the right.
A short, but dangerous par 5. Thread the tee shot between the two fairway bunkers. Then decide how best to navigate the water that eats into the fairway and fronts the green on your 2nd and 3rd shots. A great risk/reward par 5.
A good tee shot from a narrow, tree-line shoot leads to a fairway that is ultimately much wider than it may initially appear. The green is around the corner on this right-angled dogleg left hole. A good medium to short should yield a potential birdie putt.
Our signature hole at The Tryall Club and as good a par 3 as you’ll find in the Caribbean. Flint River short of the green, turquoise Caribbean Sea waters to the left and fierce Trade Winds into and off the left make this one of the toughest swings of the day. Wind can often demand 2-3 extra clubs if the safe haven of dry land is to be found.
A stunning right to left dogleg par 5 with the fairway framed on both sides by water hazards and the green only a few yards from the Caribbean Sea. The Trade Winds typically blow into the golfers’ face making this hole play much longer than the scorecard yardage.
The first, of four great par 3s at The Tryall Club. The prevailing wind right to left off the Caribbean Sea can make club selection tricky. The obvious trouble is the water from the tee all the way to the green. But the green complex is also well bunkered left and long. Par is always a good score.
This short par 4 opening hole demands a good tee shot with Out of Bounds in play both left and right. Long hitters may be able to cut the corner on the left side, but for most the best line is inside the fairway bunker. The approach shot is more straightforward and the green complex is relatively uncomplicated.
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