Royal St. Kitts

Opened 2004 in St. Kitts, British West Indies

In 2002, Marriott's Royal St. Kitts debuted as Tom McBroom's first design in the Caribbean and immediately took its place among the region's most popular courses next to Teeth of the Dog in the Dominican and Green Monkey in Barbados. McBroom artfully routed the holes along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, presenting golfers with a variety of shots, ever-present wind and spectacular ocean views. Royal St. Kitts is planted with seashore paspalum grass ideal for the Caribbean. The greens are aesthetic gems with subtle to severe swales that test a player's shot-making ability and short game.

Awards & Accolades

“Royal St Kitts is a beautiful a golf course, and just what you might expect to find on a Caribbean island in the Leewards. The stunning layout – heart stoppingly beautiful in a couple of places – is set on 125 acres with two full holes on the Caribbean Sea and three more on the Atlantic Ocean.”
Blair Howard, Guide