From the <a href="http://www.sun-sentinel.com/travel/print/sfl-caribspotsapr01,0,3218495.story?coll=sfla-travel-print"><b>Sun-Sentinel.com</b></a>:
<blockquote>For many avid golfers, the island of choice remains Jamaica, with 12 golf courses with a range in difficulty to suit every level of player. Most courses are in and around resort centers, making it easy to play a round at one course in the morning and hit a different set of links in the afternoon. Montego Bay has three notable courses -- Half Moon Golf Club, a Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed course; White Witch, owned by Ritz-Carlton; and Cinnamon Hill, at the Rose Hall Resort & Country Club -- all within a 10-minute drive of one another.
Green fees in Jamaica range from $23 for the nine-hole Manchester Golf Club in Mandeville, the oldest golf course in the Caribbean, to $200 at the White Witch. Caddies are mandatory at most courses and will cost $14 to $45 more.
Lodging: Later this year, the Half Moon Resort, in the Rose Hall area of Montego Bay, is scheduled to open a $4 million spa. Rooms start at $355 a night; (866-648-6951, www.halfmoon.com).
Also, the Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Montego Bay, (800-241-3333, www.ritzcarlton.com) and Rose Hall Resort & Country Club, with rooms from $149 a night; (866-831-1313, wwwrosehallresort.com).</blockquote>