The Tryall Club offers a golf course with a varied terrain whose borders skirt the shoreline and climb up forested hills. Jungle ravines and coconut groves that are scattered throughout this championship course provide a scenic tropical setting. The Tryall Club layout features an interesting variety of holes that can be played several different ways due to their unique challenges, guaranteeing that a round on this course will never be boring. The signature hole however, is the par-3 fourth hole, on which the Caribbean Sea and the Flint River come into play. Next to the Tryall Club's seventh hole is an 18th-century water wheel that once powered the sugar mills that used to be on the estate.