Cedar Valley Golf Club

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Cedar Valley Golf Club
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Cedar Valley Golf Club

Cedar Valley, P.O Box 198, St. John's, Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda

Phone: +1 268-462-0161, Fax: +1 268-562-2762

Cedar Valley Golf Club

The Cedar Valley Golf Course was designed and built by Ralph Aldridge opened in 1970. This beautiful par 70, 6,157 yds golf course lies amidst mature tropical trees, vistas on hills, and the Caribbean Sea provide an enjoyable, inspiring and very challenging Golf game. The golf club accommodates players of all skills Levels; all within exciting breathtaking scenery that make it pleasant for a memorable golfing experience in Antigua, that even non- golfers can appreciate.

The Course

18-Hole Cedar Valley Golf Course

Opened in 1970. Design: Ralph Aldridge.

Technical difficulty: Moderate

Blue (Men)70-1246157 yards
White (Men)70-1225884 yards
Red (Men)70-1205528 yards


18-Hole Cedar Valley Golf Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.

Cart rental 18- hole $42.oo

Cart rental 9-hole $22.oo

Club rental $30.oo

Green Fees

18-Hole Cedar Valley Golf Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes$49 (47 €)$49 (47 €)
9 Holes$25 (24 €)$25 (24 €)

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1977

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3.4 of 5 stars8 Reviews

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mtthfc 1 Review

Cedar Valley GC July 2019

Was in two minds about playing given other reviews but pleased we did. Yes it’s true the course could benefit from a little investment but it has plenty of Caribbean charm and with some tight driving holes, fabulous views and small greens it was a pleasure to play. As long as you remember you are playing golf at a local Caribbean course and not a hotel country club manufacturer course you will have a good time.

Tunka 1 Review

Lack of Aesthetics

Cedar Valley Golf Club needs some major improvements from the Fairways, to the Greens to the Club House.

The Fairways & Greens need more water than they are currently receiving, so that they can take on the resemblance of a good golf course.

In addition, the Club House should be demolished and be replaced with a new structure. In the event that this should happen, careful thought should be given to the friendliness & quality of service provided by the staff in all areas.

sergej21 3 Reviews
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The place is unkempt and reminds of a meadow!
The staff in the office is rude and the green fee is not 42 €, but $ 81 (we had our own rackets) !!!
The driving range is open, but there are no balls.
E-mails were not answered in advance!

It's definitely the worst place we've played in the Caribbean.
No recommendation!

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