Played both Royal St. Kitts at Marriott and Four Seasons on Nevis. Four Seasons is more terrain, scenic and a challenge. Some partially blind drives. Can't walk Nevis, fairways, bunkers in reasonable shape, greens at Royal St. Kitts were in better shape, Nevis- some bare spots and needed repairs at 4 Seasons. Monkeys at #10, 15, are a hoot, and noisy. We had a local dog that followed us, knew where each tee box was and stayed 10 ft. From us.....entire round! No help with shots though! Deep rough was like Royal St. kitts, impenetrable! I lost 4-6 balls each round. Locals patrol the deep roughs, sell a dozen for $20. Royal St. Kitts is links style, flat terrain, 4 Seasons is hilly and lots of views of Mt. Nevis, ocean and lovely villas on the course. Nevis was $200/each, not staying at 4 Seasons. We brought our clubs, borrowed bags (old,beat up), from Marriott, dragged them on the ferry to Charlestown, US$10/pson ea. way. You're traveling with the masses. Thre is a 4 Seasons private water taxi that "can" be used, we didn't, (heard it was $65/ea.). One way to Basseterre. All in all, they are both very pleasant courses with challenge from all tees, all distances and fairway hazards. Par 71 (36-35), back tees slope 132, women 128.
#15, back tees are a monster 663 yards with 245 carry of heavy, not accessible rough, you drive over all that to a narrow landing. Views throughout are very pleasant. Water/toilets are on course. Beverage cart, and optional- lunch delivered to you on course, ($35/person). Expensive destination golf, with a challenging course.
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