Monday, June 27, 2011

Black Pearl Golf Course in Roatan

When most people think of Roatan, Honduras they think of diving, diving and diving.  Well, that's a pretty big reason most visitors do visit Roatan.  But the island itself is gorgeous.  With views of over 900 feet and amazing beaches all around this 40 mile long island you'll have plenty to do other than just diving.

Like golf!  

Enter in The Black Pearl Golf Course, Roatan’s first and only golf course.  The course is a part of and it offers 18 holes of golf for those tired of looking at fish.  This 18-hole, par-72, 7200 yard championship golf course was created by world famous golf course architect Pete Dye. The course starts at the ocean’s doorstep, rises into the island’s rolling foothills, then takes golfers on a wild ride back to the seaside clubhouse. 


It features one of Dye’s signature island greens, and 14 holes offer stunning vistas of the ocean and the Meso-American Barrier Reef.  The Black Pearl is not only a haven for golfers, but for the vast wildlife on Roatan as well. With more than 100,000 plants and trees, the golf course is one of the largest sanctuaries of plant and animal life on the island.  

The Black Pearl also features state of the art practice facilities including a lighted driving range, ocean front warm-up range, and a practice chipping green.   This is a semi-private course with a myriad of membership options available including temporary resident memberships, corporate and executive memberships, and yearly memberships. 

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