Mount Irvine Bay Golf Club

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Mount Irvine Bay Golf Club
Club information
Location Tobago, West Indies
Established 1968
Owned by Mount Irvine Bay Hotel and Golf Club
Operated by Mount Irvine Bay Hotel and Golf Club
Total holes 18
Tournaments hosted Shell's Wonderful World of Golf
Designed by John D. Harris
Par 72
Length 6793
Course record 65

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.

Consistently rated among the top 50 courses in the Caribbean, it was voted the number 1 course by readers of Lifestyle & Travel magazine in 1994.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-04-08. Retrieved 2013-04-14.