The Black Pearl Private Golf Course
The Black Pearl Golf Course at Pristine Bay is Roatan's first golf course. Designed by Pete Dye and his son, Perry, Black Pearl promises to be one of the top golf courses in Central America. The Dye family has designed over 200 golf courses across the world and it should be fitting that their first golf course in Honduras is located at Pristine Bay on the island of Roatan.
This 18 hole Championship Golf Course is a massive 7,057 yards of spectacular ocean views, ecological reserves and native beauty that lies in Roatan's pristine waters and tranquil forests. This daunting par 72 course features long fairways, three lakes and stunning greens. Are you up to the challenge?
The course starts at the ocean's doorstep, rises into the island's rolling foothills, then takes golfers on a wild ride back to the seaside clubhouse. It will feature one of Dye's signature island greens, and 14 of the 18 holes will offer stunning vistas of the ocean and the Meso-American Barrier Reef.
Pete Dye is widely considered to be the most influential golf course architect of the last five decades. Dye's contributions have become and integral part of the history and tradition of golf course design and construction. The Dye family name is on over 200 courses around the world. Make sure to visit the latest creation "Black Pearl" at Pristine Bay, Roatan, Honduras.