US Virgin Islands
OK this is an odd shot in the dark but... can't hurt to ask.
I am going with my family to St. Thomas - US Virgin Islands - in July. We'll be there 7-8 days.
There is not a single golf course on St. Thomas. There WAS one - Mahogany Run - that looked very cool in pictures, but it was destroyed by hurricane and has never been rebuilt. There was another called Herman Moore but it apparently has been allowed to go to seed.
There are apparently three golf courses on St. Croix:
- Buccaneer GC
- Carambola GC
- The Reef GC
None of them look that great in internet pictures, nor can I find very many positive reviews.
The ferry takes 2hrs 20 minutes from St. Thomas to St. Croix.
SO.... my stance right now is that this will be a purely non-golf trip, and my wife is thinking I'm a family man hero for this.
Thus the question: do I bring her back into my golf-addicted reality and give up my hero status for a day spent playing golf on St. Croix? Are any of these courses worth that price?