30 years in the making

Royal Turks and Caicos

In 1989, The Turks and Caicos Water Company, being part of the largest private landowners in the Turks and Caicos Islands decided to invest funds into the advancement of the Islands by promoting tourism through the development of the countries first Golf Club.

Feasibility studies showed that owning the Turks and Caicos Water Company was the integral ingredient to achieving this feat in a semi-arid climate. In fact golf courses need such a huge supply of water that it soon became apparent that the Turks and Caicos Water Company was the only entity that could accomplish this project in such a location as Providenciales.

Throughout Provo Golf Club's first 20 years there has been continued investment and improvements to both the golf course and the club house leading to the great facility that we enjoy today.

- Dave Douglas

Director of Golf

OUR HISTORY

Royal Turks and Caicos Timeline

1989

An Idea Was Born

Turks & Caicos Water's investment in a Tourism achievement

1990

Kart Litten Chosen as Architect

Karl Litten is a world renowned golf course architect who is continuing to turn out spectacular golf courses worldwide.

1991

Broke Ground

Only 2 years after conception ground broke May 21st 1991

1990

Chosen Architect

Simon Wood from SWA Associates, was chosen as the architect for the clubhouse and surrounding buildings.

1991

First Pro

Peter Boyce became the first Pro with Dave Douglas as his sidekick.

1992

First Tee Times

The first golfers teed up on November 7th 1992

1998

Caribbean Open

Provo Golf Club chosen to hold Caribbean Open

2015

David Feherty

David Feherty came on board as Provo Golf Club's golf ambassador.

2018

Awards

Provo Golf Club's first Major award

2019

Second win for Provo Golf Club

A great achievement to win the #5 Caribbean Golf Club

2019

Platinum Paspalum

Provo Golf Club undertook at 2 year project to re-turf with the new standard in the golf industry.

2020

Third USA Today Award

Once again, Provo Golf Club reached a top 5 placing in the Best Caribbean Golf Courses.

2021

A Major Rebrand to Royal Turks & Caicos

A rebrand has taken place to reflect our history with Turks and Caicos

2022

Climbing The Ranks

Delighted to announce our #3 Best Golf Course award.

Our History