The double green for holes 2 and 10 at Temenos.
Dick Durrance
By Joe Passov
Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Vacations to the Caribbean are usually about chilling out with a beer on the beach, with the golf options limited to a casual round on a bland resort course that's more of an afterthought than an attraction. Anguilla still offers half of that proposition, but the island's golf appeal has taken a quantum leap forward.

Designed by Greg Norman, Temenos Golf Club opened in November at the St. Regis Resort, and has one of the most memorable opening holes anywhere: stunning panoramas of St. Maarten and the Caribbean Sea, followed by a four-story drop to a green that sits dangerously close to a saltwater lagoon.

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