The Board of Directors of Half Moon, one of the Caribbean’s most iconic resort destinations, have announced the appointment of Kevyn Cunningham PGA, as the resort’s new Director of Golf.
Born in Bedford, England, Kevyn has over 30 years of experience in the golf industry. Kevyn played successfully as an amateur before turning Professional and studying under the legendary Eddie Bullock, former Captain of The Professional Golfers’ Association.
Based in Jamaica since 1997, Kevyn headed The Leadbetter Academy at Half Moon in the late nineties before returning to assume the role of Director of Golf at the resort.
“Kevyn’s knowledge of the resort and understanding of Caribbean golf made this a perfect fit for both Half Moon and Kevyn as he focuses on expanding the teaching program for visitors and locals alike.” said Shernette Crichton, General Manager of Half Moon.
Kevyn’s appointment commenced on August 1.
Half Moon is a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts (PHR) Legend Collection. Considered one of the Caribbean’s most iconic destinations, Half Moon also achieved Forbes Recommended status for 2019.
Half Moon is located in Jamaica just ten minutes away from Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport (MBJ). The 65-year-old AAA Four-Diamond property features Half Moon, a resort with two miles of private beachfront and 210 elegantly appointed rooms and suites, and Rose Hall Villas by Half Moon, a collection of 28 five-to-seven bedroom villas.
Half Moon offers guests of the resort and Rose Hall Villas a wide variety of unique and award-winning amenities, and activities, including Fern Tree, the Spa at Half Moon with diverse wellness offerings; a Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed 18-hole championship golf course with golf academy; Spinning studio; fitness centre with 11 flood-lit tennis courts; pickleball; equestrian centre; children’s village with culturally rich offerings; water sports; restaurants; shops and more.
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