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SuperClubs Breezes Golf Course, Runaway Bay

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18 holes, par 72, 5389 yard championship course designed by Commander John Harris. Golf school, lecture room with video equipment, driving range, practice green, sand trap and chipping area. Golf school instruction is included for guests. Green fees are included for guests of Breezes Runaway Bay Resort & Golf Club, Grand Lido Braco Resort & Spa, and Grand Lido Negril Resort & Spa. Green fees for non guests are US$80. Club hire, US$14, carts US$23 (9 holes), US$35 (18 holes), mandatory caddies US$11 (9 holes), US$16 (18 holes), club rental, US$14.

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