According to Golfweek’s Best, Golfweek’s 2015 rankings are part of the magazine’s annual issue, dedicated to highlighting top courses in the Caribbean and Mexico, while covering many aspects of golf travel, architecture and real estate.
In addition, the issue also features Best Residential Courses and Best Resort Courses lists, all established by Golfweek’s highly respected rating system.
Every year, Golfweek’s nationwide team of more than 700 course raters surveys more than 3,000 courses – rating each nominated course on the basis of Golfweek’s 10 strict standards of evaluation. In being selected for the 2015 list, the Marriott St. Kitts Resort is considered one of the very best courses in the region.
“We are very proud to once again be recognized by Golfweek as one of the best golf courses in the Caribbean,” said Mike Cole, Director of Golf, Royal St. Kitts Golf Club at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort.
“The Royal St. Kitts Golf Club is one of the most scenic and well-conditioned courses in the Caribbean. The front nine offers a glimpse of the Caribbean Sea on holes 3 and 4, as well as views of sister island Nevis and colorful island homes which are set into the mountainside, while the back nine features stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. It offers an amazing, one-of-a kind golf experience for players of all levels.”
Marriott’s St. Kitts Resort is located in the West Indies and set against the beautiful backdrop of blue Caribbean waters. This beautiful and relaxing beach location offers amenities such as a 15,000 square foot spa, a 35,000 square foot casino, and 10 restaurants and lounges to provide a perfect vacation getaway. For more information, visit www.marriott.com/st.kitts.Marriott Golf manages 52 golf courses at 40 locations in 12 countries, offering nearly 1,000 holes of championship golf for seven Marriott International lodging brands. Marriott has been managing golf operations since 1970 and is one of the world’s premier golf operators.
Marriott provides golf management and consulting services to a variety of operational environments including resort, private club, daily fee, golf school and franchises.