Mount Irvine Bay Golf Club
|Location||Tobago, West Indies|
|Owned by||Mount Irvine Bay Hotel and Golf Club|
|Operated by||Mount Irvine Bay Hotel and Golf Club|
|Tournaments hosted||Shell's Wonderful World of Golf|
|Designed by||John D. Harris|
Mount Irvine Bay Golf Club is a golf course in Trinidad and Tobago, known as one of the home courses for professional golfer Stephen Ames. The course hosted the 1970 edition of Shell's Wonderful World of Golf between Bob Murphy, Dan Sikes and Miller Barber.
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