Tryall Club Golf Course (Montego Bay)

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Sandy Bay

Price & Hours

Prices vary
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2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
3.6

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Tryall Club Golf Course isn't technically in Montego Bay (it's actually located about 15 miles east of the Tryall Club resort), but recent guests agreed Tryall is worth the trek as it's one of the most challenging courses in the area. This course is an 18-hole, par-71 championship green designed by architect Ralph Plummer and recognized for its beauty alongside the Caribbean Sea, according to recent travelers. Some also highlight the fantastic golf clinics that the course offers.

As evidence of the green's notable landscape and challenging holes, Tryall has been host to several golf championships, including The Johnnie Walker World Championship and the Mazda Championship. 

Green fees start at $85 for nine holes in the low season (between May and October). Tryall requires that you book tee times at least 24 hours in advance of play. Plan to check Tryall Golf Course's website for additional information, including extra fees and course hours. Tryall also offers small-group golf clinics and private instruction for anyone looking to step up their game. 

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If you're staying in Ocho Rios or just visiting for the day from a cruise ship, travelers insist you allot a couple of hours to climb the Dunn's River Falls. You can take a guided climb of the waterfall, hike a trail alongside it or just recline and relax on the beach at the bottom. 

Vacationers say that climbing along the rocks to the top of the falls isn't rigorous, but it can be slippery. Recent visitors said you can keep your footing by wearing water shoes. Given that you'll be splashed, then soaked by the cascading water on the ascent – and some say it's a bit dangerous – it's best if you leave your young kids (or any vacation buddies who aren't strong swimmers) at the foot of the falls. The attractions recommends allotting 45 minutes to an hour to climb the falls. 

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