I was surprised to find out Grand Cayman even has golf. This was a few years ago, of course, before I became the leading expert in the Western world on Caribbean golf.
The small island, only about six miles wide and 22 miles long, has three courses â€“ one 18-hole layout and two nine-holers.
The best course, most people would probably agree, is Blue Tip at the Ritz-Carlton. Designed by Greg Norman, it has the usual impeccable conditioning of Ritz-Carlton courses, and it's a fun, challenging layout. Officials are talking about adding another nine holes â€“ they should, if they want to make this a golf destination.
Safe Haven has the advantage of being the only 18-hole course on the island. It's 6,605 yards from the back tees, but can play like a 7,000-yard course with the wind factored in.
The Britannia is a nice, little course â€“ actually it's two courses in one. It plays some days as a regulation nine-holer, other days it's set up as an 18-hole executive course. It's not in the best shape right now due to the lingering effects of Hurricane Ivan, but they're working on it.
For the full article go <a href="http://www.travelgolf.com/blogs/tim.mcdonald/2007/07/16/grand_cayman_is_small_but_it_does_have_s">here.</a>