Almost every hole on the
Four Seasons Resort
Robert Trent Jones Jr. course has a backdrop of the island centerpiece, Nevis Peak, a 3,232' dormant volcano. Unforgettable is the sea view from a crest in the ninth fairway. Equally memorable are the sightings of the shy Vervet monkeys who camp in the tropical trees that line the fairways. The course is a par 71 with a total yardage of 6,766 yards. In 1996 Golfer Magazine rated it in the top 100 resort courses in the world.
Non-guests can also play the course.
Opened in 1991, this Robert Trent Jones design winds it's way up Nevis Peak, a 3232 foot volcanic slope. The undulating Bermuda grass greens
tend to slope away toward the Caribbean Sea. The course has a good irrigation system, fast greens and 72 bunkers. As you play, the course winds through tropical foliage and then opens out again toward the sea.