Golf Innerview with Ann Liguori

Why Annie's Revenge is quite the pro-am experience

Jamaica Pro-Am founder Donnie Dawson joins host Ann Liguori how the tournament serves up some of the best experiences the island has to offer

The Jamaica Pro-Am, otherwise known as "Annie’s Revenge," takes place each November in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Hosted by the Jamaica Tourist Board, the event serves up a taste of the island with golf, Jamaican caddies and food.

Donnie Dawson, founder of the pro-am, joins host Ann Liguori to discuss how the event came to be and some of its more notable aspects.

[1:00] Donnie Dawson describes Annie’s Revenge as "the best kept secret in the Caribbean"
[1:50] Tryall Club, one of the three courses that hosted the 2023 Annie’s Revenge and through the years has hosted a variety of profressional championships, including the Mazda Champions, an LPGA-PGA Tour Champions combined event, LPGA Jamaica Classic and the Johnnie Walker World Championships
[2:16] The picturesque Cinnamon Hill Golf Course, where Johnny Cash used to live in a home adjacent to the course
[2:58] The history of Rose Hall Great House, the 18th century home on the property and Annie Palmer, dubbed the "White Witch"
[4:32] How the Jamaica Pro-Am got its name, "Annie’s Revenge"
[5:17] On Half Moon Golf Course
[7:00] Jamaican caddies offering an authentic Jamaican experience
[9:42] The award’s presentation being quite the production
[13:00] Looking ahead to the 2024 pro-am

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