Make Bermuda your next golfing adventure
A remote island in the North Atlantic Ocean, you might not think Bermuda to be a brilliant golfing destination. Perhaps down to its British tradition, it has five top-quality golf courses that you’ll simply love playing. From the dramatic ocean views to immaculate fairways, what’s not to enjoy? Play the likes of Mid Ocean Club and Port Royal for a round of golf you’ll remember forever.
- Home to the famous Gosling’s Rum
- Pristine beaches & turquoise blue sea
- Laid back & friendly culture
- Amazing seafood
- World class scuba diving
- Fantastic golf courses
Fairway vistas you have to see to believe
To put it simply, golf in Bermuda is unmatched. Located on the south of Bermuda’s fishhook shaped island is Port Royal Golf Course, one of the island’s most popular.
It’s an unbelievably scenic course with holes that run parallel with the blue ocean waters, often acting as a magnet for golf balls veering a few yards off target. However, the loss of a golf ball or two will not dampen your spirits when playing this impressive course and, following a sizeable investment to renovate the course, it now boasts fast and consistent greens and pure fairways.
At the opposite end of the island towards the north of Bermuda is the Mid Ocean and Tucker’s Point Golf Clubs. Due to the size of the island, both courses produce ocean views that you’ll wish you could bottle up and take home. The courses are kept in immaculate condition making them a joy to play for all abilities and well worth a visit on your holiday to Bermuda.
A perfect year-round climate
A true island paradise, Bermuda is fast-becoming every golfer's dream and although only 22 miles across, the island has award-winning golf courses suitable for golfers of all abilities.
There are many notable Bermuda golf courses, however, highlights include the beautiful Turtle Hill Golf Course, the relentlessly challenging Tucker's Point Golf Course and the marvellous views and sightlines of Belmont Hills Golf Course.
What makes Bermuda golf so special is the incredible setting and quality of the courses. Bermuda has a warm subtropical climate which is perfect for golf allowing the courses to be at optimum condition year-round and its tranquil remote location means that golfers can expect golf in its purest form with little to no distraction other than getting the ball in the hole. Plus, with an array of excellent luxury accommodation available and fairly regular flights in peak season, Bermuda should definitely be considered for your next golf holiday.
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Where to stay & play
Although Bermuda is relatively small and unassuming, the island is home to some truly exceptional luxury accommodation which provides guests with the utmost relaxation so they can enjoy the outstanding scenery, climate and golf on the island.
Cambridge Beaches Resort and Spa has built itself a stellar reputation over the last 100 years and offers an unrivalled experience for adult guests looking to escape and relax in Bermuda. With three award-winning restaurants, 87 bedrooms and all the facilities that guests could ever require, the resort is a true paradise.
Grotto Bay Beach Resort is a wonderful 4* resort surrounded by over 20-acres of lush landscaped gardens. The resort features 201 rooms and 21 unique cottages within footsteps of the ocean, each room comes with either an ocean view or oceanfront setting. Plus, with two onsite dining options, a gym and close location to the golf courses Grotto Bay Beach Resort is an excellent choice.
Things to do in Bermuda
Although Bermuda is a relatively small country, there exists a whole array of fun things to do, from its fascinating history to its incredible natural landscapes, Bermuda is a perfect location for both golfers and non-golfers alike.
The Royal Naval Dockyard of Bermuda is one of the island’s most popular attractions and for good reason. Both history-lovers and shop-lovers will be happy here, with both the fascinating history of the strategically positioned dock and a whole range of shops available to visitors. Although no longer used for military purposes, the dock is still a great way to spend a morning or afternoon taking in the beauty and culture of Bermuda.
The National Museum of Bermuda is another must-visit while in Bermuda. The museum is set in a historic sea fortress and is ideal for exploring the maritime history of the island which was once a vitally important stronghold for the British throughout history.
A tour of the Crystal Cave is another fun activity which really allows visitors to appreciate the incredible natural beauty on offer in Bermuda. The cave is truly fascinating with a range of impressive rock formations including both stalactites and stalagmites.