Tryall Club resides on what was formerly an English fort over 300 years ago and then later served as a home to vast acres of sugar cane and then later coconut trees. In 1957, the property was opened as a luxurious resort. Due to its longstanding history, Tryall was designated as a National Heritage Foundation Site. The land's rich history was preserved by maintaining the former plantation's manor house and the working 19th-century water wheel and aqueduct. Even the cannon that was once used to fire at approaching pirate ships still sits at the base of the house. Tryall Club is home to an 18-hole championship golf course that plays through verdant hills and groves of palm trees, encouraging some to call it on of the most beautiful courses in the world. There are also five tennis courts and a fully equipped fitness center at the resort.
Box 1206 Montego Bay Jamaica