North Sound charged $195 for their green fees which included a cart and nothing else. They didn’t have great service. They didn’t have a cart that circled the course with drinks. They didn’t offer caddy service (and for less the Ritz Blue course did) and the course was in shabby shape. The only thing it had going for it was that it was 18 holes and it was on the same island as we were vacationing. The fees are way out of line for what you get (or rather don’t get). There wasn’t even anyone there to clean your clubs afterwards. If you go to the Caymans think about resting up for your round when you get home. I read in the paper that the Ritz was going to acquire this course. The good news is that it should make the course and the service much better. The bad news is that you may have to stay to play which would mean the Ritz would have the monopoly on golf courses in Grand Cayman.
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