Moon Author's Review
Constant Spring Golf Club has a modest course located in the middle of Uptown Kingston. Built by Scottish architect Stanley Thompson in 1920, the short, tight fairways are challenging, with an excellent view at the 13th hole. Carts go for US$20 for nonmembers, green fees are US$45 on weekdays, US$50 on weekends. Clubs are available from the pro shop for US$35, and a caddy will cost you US$15. The course is a par 70 (Blue tees 9,197 yards; White tees 5,866 yards; Red tees 5,205 yards). Canadian National Railways built a magnificent hotel just below the course, parallel to the 18th hole fairway, which was long ago converted into the Immaculate Conception High School, one of Kingston's most prestigious.