Provo Golf Club, Providenciales

4.4
#25 of 75 in Outdoors in Providenciales
Play through a classic 18 holes out in the warm Caribbean sun when you tee off at Provo Golf Club. The course sports 12 holes with water features, as well as several unique holes that combine to make a challenging, though fast-paced, course. Prepare for your round at the short-range warm-up net or on the practice green, where you can test your rental gear or just loosen up. The club also offers a fully stocked pro shop and a fine-dining restaurant. Put Provo Golf Club on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Providenciales day trip planning website .
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  • We have been golfing here for the past 8 years. This was our 7th round of golf and the least enjoyable. The fairways are tired, but the greens were terrible. Slow can be expected on certain courses, b...  more »
  • This is my favorite golf course on Turks Caicos. It is also the only course on Turks. Pace of play was fast( 3.5 hours) and the staff was friendly. Fairways were wide and layout was fun. Can’t wait to...  more »
  • Pleasantly pleased to find all 18 holes open and the course in great shape. New Paspalum grass growing in nicely! Unbelievable customer service, hats off to Dave, Ashley and John. Had a great week and...  more »
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  • We call it The Brute. It's beautiful but it's tough. Lots of wind, lots of water and some long holes. I've probably play it 50 times and the course wins every time. The fairways are generous, the greens true but for those with HC's of around 15 or 16 you should be prepared to lose a couple of sleeves. The staff is terrific and everyone is welcoming. Leave your ego on the 1st tee and just enjoy. Every hole has a story, a mystery to solve and one of these days when I'm young I'll figure out the answers.
  • You can certainly tell these folks were smart enough to own the water company next door and take the game of golf seriously. While its the only game on the island they keep the grounds in great shape and worthy of repeat rounds.
  • Golf in the Turks? Come on people, it's close to heaven. Great facility.
  • The course is kept in great condition, one of the best I've seen. The people are friendly, the food is great, the scenery is beautiful... I really like how the course is laid out and it's never too crowded. You'll have a great time if you ever get the chance to visit Provo golf club.
  • You know, this was actually a fun morning of Golfing. We were looking for a break from the beach and played one morning. Course was in solid shape and played well. Back 9 is much tougher than the front and by the time you make the turn, the wind picks up some as well so that doesn't help. We played as a 2 some in about 3.5 hours and we took our time. No rush, mon! I play ever week on a nice course and am a 10 Handicap. This was not Pebble, but for a small island it was a fun round with a few tougher holes. It's all inland with no real ocean views, but it has a lot of water on the course with birds and some decent scenery. I just played in my sneakers and brought a glove and balls with me. Rental clubs were solid, new Taylor Made for $60. I think they will let you play another round after lunch with out charging you, but we had to get back to the kids. I would recommend booking everything directly with the course, our resort was trying to mark it up $50-70/person. I would pre order a taxi over to the course, we waited 20 min for one in the morning and had to push back our tee time, but that was not a problem. Taxi was $8/person each way. If you ask they can swing by the cigar store on the way to the course. The have coolers for beer to take out on the course with ice. I'm sure there are some green fee deals around, but we didn't look that hard for them. Its a short course, by hole 4 I put away the driver and was just hitting a 3 wood, straight wins over long here, except for a few wide open fairways. Finally, the Wings at the 19th hole were solid and a beer was cold! All in a fine experience, maybe a little on the expensive side for what it is, but if you love to play golf, go play it once on your vacation.

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Where to stay in Providenciales

Most accommodations in Providenciales line the northern coast, along the wineglass-curved beach. Grace Bay and The Bight Settlement offer the best range of options, with a plethora of ultra-luxurious beach resorts, as well modest condos and rental apartments. Regardless of where you stay, you can expect a swimming pool, easy beach access, and air-conditioned facilities. For something a bit more laidback, look north to the area near Mangrove Cay.
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