Point Hardy Golf Club

Cabot Saint Lucia will have all the views.
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Point Hardy Golf Club

  • Course Type

  • GOLF Top 100 World Rank (2023-24)

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  • Architect

    Bill Coore / Ben Crenshaw
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Course Overview

Set along the craggy northern end of St. Lucia, Point Hardy’s dramatic location almost needs to be seen to be believed. The last four greens on the front side are on the cliffs, as are the final five greens on the second nine. The course’s most dazzling moments are within these 9 holes, including the diagonal tee ball carries over the ocean at holes 8 and 15 and the testing nature of several par-3s, like the 7th with its long but narrow green on a point and the 17th that plays from one point over the churning Atlantic 80 feet below to a clifftop green. The interior holes climb some 200 feet above sea level. Indeed, from the 4th tee, you see the Caribbean straight ahead while the Atlantic is behind you. Also among the interior holes Coore & Crenshaw created several stout two-shotters that call for inventive ground game approaches, which perfectly balance the aerial demands of the cliff holes. Add in the lumpy fairways and coastal breezes and this design poses a host of intriguing questions, all bundled up in an exotic island setting. (Photo: Courtesy)

3 things to know

  • Hole everyone talks about

    No. 16, par-3, 138 yards: This picturesque par-3 plays over the ocean onto a point at the far end of the property. You won’t find many prettier holes in golf.
  • Best non-golf amenity

    The beach club has everything you could want for ocean-side luxury.
  • Insider tip

    The short course features three-, six- and nine-hole routings for you to work on your short game.