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The golf club at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman was named World’s Best 9-Hole Golf Course
GEORGE TOWN, GRAND CAYMAN (November 9, 2018) – The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grand Cayman is celebrating the receipt of the World’s Best 9-Hole Golf Course award by World Golf Awards, ranked highest among other competing golf courses around the world.
Designed by Greg Norman, the nine-hole course at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grand Cayman offers challenging play amid breathtaking natural beauty. The course was designed in a way to make its 470-yard-hole play feel like 600, and is perfect for those who want to play one or multiple rounds in a day. The resort Golf Club also offers a pro shop, tournament conditioning, customized instruction and equipment rental.
The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grand Cayman offers golfers the opportunity to make tee times at short notice and enjoy a relaxing pace of play. The course is perfect for both infrequent players who want to play at their leisure and passionate golfers who want to play multiple rounds in a single day. The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is also home to the only Trackman Golf Simulator on Grand Cayman, providing access to the sport’s leading golf trajectory tool. Trackman is an indoor golf simulator that precisely measures impact and ball flight pattern, helping players to evaluate and perfect their swing. Adding to its “golf radar” performance and offering the same technology used by PGA Tour Professionals, the resort’s Trackman also presents 80 virtual course and terrain visuals, ranging from Pebble Beach to the Old Course at St. Andrews.
The award was delightfully received by Stephen Banks, Director of Golf at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grand Cayman, at the Fifth Annual World Golf Awards on November 2, 2018. The 2018 World Golf Awards was a global gathering of golf professionals from the golf tourism industry, with over 43 countries in attendance. The award ceremony was hosted at La Manga Club in Spain, a top-tier golf course with over 40 years in the industry.
In addition to receiving this recognition by World Golf Awards, The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grand Cayman was recently named one of the 18 greatest golf courses in the world by London-based magazine Golfscape.