This property sits on approximately 2 acres of land
in a small cul-de-sac in the noted Sandy Lane Estate. It has a grand
entrance that is lined with Christmas Palms, which in the old days
lined the entrance to many of the Plantation Houses.
There are 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sitting room,
dining room, large patio, kitchen, laundry room, maid’s quarters,
pool and Jacuzzi.
The house is just over 3000 sq.ft., positioned
in such a way as to have a constant breeze flowing continuously
throughout the house.
MANHATTAN, New York – Billionaire entrepreneur Donald
Trump is looking for 100 golfers to participate in the Trump Million Dollar
Invitational in St Vincent and the Grenadines, a media release says.
The event is a new, dramatic high stakes golf tournament that will hold
its inaugural event in May at the Trump International Golf Club at Raffles
Resort on Canouan, in the southern Grenadines.
"I am going to personally give US$1 million to the one golfer who
can prove they have the skill and nerve it takes to survive under the
most extreme pressure on one of the world's most demanding courses. I'm
not going to just give US$1 million away. They're going to have to take
it," Trump said at a Press conference in Manhattan on Tuesday as
he issued a challenge to golfers around the world. Read
Minister of Tourism Noel Lynch holding the John
Hopkins Trophy with Jack Warfield, vice-president of the World Golf
Championship. The trophy will be awarded to the winners of the World
Cup of Golf which will be played in Barbados in 2006.
The focus may have been on the upcoming Barbados
World Cup Golf 2006 championships, or it may just have been on the
outlook for the tourism industry. Whatever it was, these three key
players, Minister of Tourism Noel Lynch (left), CEO of Sandy Lane
Hotel, Michael Pownann, and president of the Barbados Tourism Authority,
Stuart Layne, had much to discuss as they took a break from the
main session of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association's quarterly
meeting yesterday at Hilton Barbados.
SANDY LANE HOTEL is seeking to reposition
itself as the premier luxury hotel in the world.
This according to the new chief executive officer (CEO)
Michael Pownall, who was speaking to the Press yesterday at
the St James hotel.
He said the owners of the luxury property, which was renovated in
2001, had a long-term vision for the hotel that was as much about
quality as it was about making money because they were "so
deep and so passionate" about the hotel and the island.
Read about the final day confrontation
between Barbados Hoerman Cup captain, James Johnson and the Irishman
David Houlihan as the curtain comes down on the 22nd The Beacon
Insurance Barbados Golf Open held at Royal
'Caribbean Promise' competitor cricket Desmond Haynes is a keen golfer,
often seen at Barbados' top courses.
Here he partnered up with his fellow cricket colleague Gordon Greenidge,
Jim Reimer/Curtg Harnett and James Johnson .
With three championship golf courses, an executive nine-hole
course and another three more slated to come on stream in the future,
Barbados is being actively marketed as a boutique golf destination.
The Golf Product Club, made up of people selected from
the various golf clubs, is an initiative of the Barbados Tourism Authority
to promote Barbados’ golf worldwide “The idea of the Product
Club is really a combination of the private sector and Government working
hand in hand to promote a niche market, in this case, golf. It is funded
50-50 and Government basically matches whatever the public sector puts
up,” said chairman Denis Roach.
He said the Product Club had become very active over the
past two years and the fruits of its labour could be seen in major golf
magazines. Read more
alone there are several 18 hole golf courses including the Half Moon
Golf Club championship course and the Tryall golf course where the annual
Johnny Walker World Championship is held.
Plantations Golf & Country Club is a certified member of the "Audubon
Co-operative Sanctuary System" which is one of the environmental programmes
offered by Audubon International, an organisation committed to enhancing
the quality of life and the environment through research, conservation assistance
The Cedar Valley Golf Club is a challenging 18 hole championship course
that is open to non-members.
Antigua's newest golf course, The Harbour Club, was recently opened
at Jolly Harbour and the clubhouse sports a restaurant, bar and pro golf
Caribbean golf real estate
As the international focus on golf sharpened, the
Caribbean realised that its infrastructure and climate ideally positioned
the region to attract the world's golfers. As a result, championship
golf courses in several of the islands offer the perfect synergy of
top class facilities matched by luxury accommodation for rent or for