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Looking at the 3 or 4 day trip this winter to someplace warm. Suggestions have bee Costa Rica; Montego Bay, Jamaica or Dominican Republic. Would like to play 2 or 3 different courses. Any suggestion?

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On 10/15/2021 at 11:26 AM, chipper2 said:

Looking at the 3 or 4 day trip this winter to someplace warm. Suggestions have bee Costa Rica; Montego Bay, Jamaica or Dominican Republic. Would like to play 2 or 3 different courses. Any suggestion?

I think that a better choice if golf is the priority would be Florida or Arizona and plenty of members here can elaborate. If warm water is the main reason for the trip then Jamaica is a good choice. Tryall and the White Witch are good courses near Montego Bay, and Ocho Rios has a decent course in the hills and is a nice day trip from MB with Dunns River Falls among sightseeing opps. Go Green.

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