Jamaica's female golfers returned to the island recently with the Jodi Munn-Barrow Trophy which they won at the 26th Caribbean Classic, held at the at the Casa de Campo Golf Course in Puerto Rico.
It's Jamaica's second hold on the trophy which has been around for the past ten years and named after the current president of the Jamaica Golf Association (JGA).
Fittingly, Munn-Barrow posted the best individual score to lead Jamaica to victory in the women's section of the competition.
The women's team amassed forty-seven-and-a-half points to win ahead of Puerto Rico. Jamaica's men's team was fifth, with the country finishing fourth overall. Thirteen countries took part at the three-day tournament.