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1 Mahogany Run Road

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  • 3.5Value
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You only have one place to play golf on St. Thomas, and reviewers insist it's an excellent course. The Mahogany Run Golf Course, located on the island's northeast side, features 18 holes sprawled across 6,022 yards. The par-70 course was designed by George and Tom Fazio, who particularly exerted themselves on holes 13, 14 and 15 — known as the the Devil's Triangle. "The round is only worth playing because of the Devils Triangle. These three holes have great views of the ocean and present quite a challenge," one TripAdvisor reviewer wrote.

Most visitors are pleased with the greens, service and facilities at Mahogany Run, though they warn to be careful that an iguana isn't within hitting distance. Rates change depending on time of day and time of year, so check the Mahogany Run Golf Course's website for details.

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