Bermuda has more golf courses per head of population than anywhere else in the world.
It’s not simply a golfer’s paradise, it is paradise. Period. The best by far is Port Royal, a cutting-edge design with fairways intriguingly cantilevered over the cliffs. This inspired 6,824-yard course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr and later renovated by Roger Rulewhich.
Tennis is our other big land sport. And the best courts are on our doorstep at the Elbow Beach Bermuda resort. Here, you’ll play in a setting so lush and relaxed, you’ll think you’re competing in a grand slam tournament in the Garden of Eden.
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Bermuda might seem to many a place of leisure and relaxation where the main attractions are the beaches covered of pink sand, the amazing warm turquoise waters and the luxurious resorts. Well, sport plays a big part in the island’s life and at the top spot; golf is pretty much the main activity for locals and […]
Golf is one of the most popular sports in Bermuda and its 10 golf courses attract a lot of tourists. Some like Port Royal Golf Course, that is hosting this year’s PGA Grand Slam of Golf with the likes of Rory McIlroy and Darren Clarke, is even considered as one of the best public courses […]
The Belmont Hills Golf Club is to be found on the parish of Warwick of Bermuda. It offers golfers stunning views of Hamilton Harbour. This is alongside the Great Sound and its islands. It makes the course one of the best spots to enjoy a round of golf on the island.
If you feel like playing a round of golf in a classical Bermudian setting then visit The Riddell’s Bay Golf & Country Club. This appealing 18 hole, par 70 course has been charming golfers since it first opened its doors in 1922. It is the oldest, longest running golf course on the island.
If you are looking for a challenging par-3 golf course, in Bermuda then head up to the Southampton Princess Golf Club. It is found in the luxurious Fairmont Southampton Princess Hotel, in the parish which bears its name.
There are many golf courses in Bermuda, an island reputed for having more golf courses than fast-food outlets!
The St. George’s Golf Course was a beautiful public course. It was situated on Park Road in the parish of St. George.It is north of the Town of St. George in Bermuda.
This golf course is a part of Tucker’s Town, an area located between St. George’s Harbour and Castle Harbour, in the parish of St. George.
The Ocean View Golf Course is on the north shore of the parish of Devonshire, on the island of Bermuda.
The Horizons Golf Course is the solitary Mashie course in Bermuda. It is situated on the south-west of Paget Parish.
Are you on holiday in Bermuda? Do you feel like taking in a round of gold? Then why not experience the award winning Fairmont Southampton Golf Course? This is the place which has been named the Best Places to Play Golf by Golf Digest.
The Belmont Hills Golf Club is a striking 18 hole golf course in Bermuda. It is about four miles outside the capital city of Hamilton.
Would you like a round of golf in a cutting edge course in Bermuda? Then come to the spectacular Port Royal Golf Course, in the west of Southampton Parish.
Do you feel like taking a few practice strokes to improve your golf game? Then get in the swing of things down at the Bermuda Golf Academy Driving Range!
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Bermuda is a great island to spend time on, not only for its legendary beaches of sand pink and the clear blue waters, but also for its landscapes.
If aces, lobs and smashes are your thing or maybe you just like keeping fit, then the Bermuda Squash Racquets Club is the ideal place for you. The club is open to both members and non-members meaning you can enjoy the extensive facilities even if you’re just visiting Bermuda for a few days or staying […]
If you are a lover of tennis, then why not play at one of the five beautifully tended courts at Elbow Beach in Bermuda?