Golfing at The Body Holiday LeSport in St. Lucia

Golfing at The Body Holiday LeSport in St. Lucia

If only people would understand. Golf isn’t just a game or a pastime; it is a complete way of life that occupies the mind day and night, enthralls and invigorates the body and soul. At the Body Holiday at LeSport, Saint Lucia, you are in the company of people who understand perfectly. This is not an exclusive golf resort but it is definitely the best way to indulge in your favorite activity. The all-inclusive concept works a charm, and there are a range of options to occupy everyone, especially if you are oriented towards fitness.

The Body Holiday golf package here includes sessions on the practice range and is supplemented by the presence of a full-time PGA professional to give you tips to hone your game. The facilities at your disposal include a putting green, driving nets and four practice holes. Free group lessons, separate for beginners and those with intermediate skills, are the ideal way to get some insight into your personal game. There are also paid options available, with one-on-one coaching to really fine tune those swings and drives and get your score creeping to par. LeSport uses the latest in video analysis technology to capture and analyze your swing. High-speed, high-resolution video capture of your movements are reduced to single frames, which a golf pro than scrutinizes for ways to improve accuracy and power. This is not just a touch-and-go exercise – the entire analysis is bookmarked by frame for the points to be improved and transferred to a USB drive for you to take home.

Saint Lucia is a comparatively small and rather mountainous island, which is not conducive to golf courses. However, there are two excellent golf courses: St. Lucia Golf and Country Club and Sandals St. Lucia La Toc Golf Resort. The layout of the island makes them both small but challenging.

  • St Lucia Golf and Country Club – Consisting of 18 holes spread over a 6,836-yard layout, this course is bordered by colorful native flowers and overlooks the Caribbean. A recent addition to the scene, opening in just 2001, it has developed in leaps and bounds and held in high regard.
  • Sandals St. Lucia La Toc Golf Resort – This course consists of 9 holes laid out over a relatively short 3,141 yards. The tight design creates for a challenging golf session that requires a level of deliberate planning not often seen. The plantation-style clubhouse is set amidst truly beautiful and lush greenery.

The resort can arrange for you to golf at the ones of your choice. Please note that green fees and transportation will be charged separately. The May and June window offers the best weather to visit Aruba, just warm enough and outside hurricane season.