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Manchester Club Golf Course

Manchester Club Golf Course (Caledonia Road, Mandeville) — Built in 1865, the Manchester Club is believed to be the oldest surviving club in the western hemisphere. It predates the Royal Montreal Club formed in 1873 and the Quebec Golf Club formed in 1875, both in Canada. Set on 55 acres, it has nine greens and eighteen tee boxes, enabling you to play 18 holes. Due to its dramatic elevation, the course offers breathtaking vistas from many of its holes. The Manchester Club offers not only a golf course, but there are also tennis and squash courts for visitors to enjoy. Call for more info: (876) 962-2403.