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Caribbean Golf - Golf Resorts, Restaurants and Bars

Nothing makes the perfect end to a game of golf in the Caribbean more than a cold beer or warm meal at the “19th hole.” The restaurant or bar at the end of a course created a place to relax, mingle with your friends, and watch the sun go down. In the Caribbean, they also make great places to enjoy some fantastic native food and drink you won’t likely get anywhere in the United States. While some places only serve sandwiches and beer, some even become 5-star landmarks known throughout the Caribbean.

Many of the restaurants and bars located in Caribbean golf clubs and resorts promise to be just as lavish and welcoming as the courses themselves. Take your rest amid palm-lined clubhouses and enjoy the unique cuisine of wherever you play. Discover a taste of the exotic in places such as Zurra’s at the Temenos Golf Club on the island Anguilla, where the menu features specialties such as varieties of iced shellfish and tropical cocktails including the zurra, a white sangria. While some clubhouse restaurants only cater to golfers, others serve visitors as well, so you can have a meal or drink with your non-golfing friends after you finish your game.







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