Make Bermuda your next golfing adventure
A remote island idyllically situated in the North Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda golf holidays combine the very best of luxury hotels, dramatic ocean view golf courses, and pristine beaches. Perhaps down to its British tradition, the island offers five top-quality golf courses rich in history that will simply take your breath away.
Play the likes of Mid Ocean Club and Port Royal, the annual host to the PGA TOUR’s Butterfield Bermuda Championship, to make your trip extra special. Plus, with an array of excellent accommodation available and regular flights in peak season, Bermuda should definitely be considered for your next golf holiday.
Why book a golf holiday to Bermuda?
- Play iconic coastal course with views of the North Atlantic Ocean
- Go all-inclusive & experience beautiful, beachfront resorts
- Sample the nightlife in Hamilton, West End or Tobacco Bay
- Add some adventure, from snorkelling tours to the Crystal Caves
- Relax on the famous pink sand beaches in complete bliss
Play iconic coastal courses overlooking the Atlantic
To put it simply, golf in Bermuda is unmatched. With its idyllic location, beautiful climate, and stunning coastline, Bermuda offers some of the most awe-inspiring golf courses in the world. Plus, when you combine this with secluded beachfront hotels you have an incredible golf & beach destination, ideal for your next golf holiday abroad.
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.
Check out the best golf courses in Bermuda:
Mid Ocean Club A true golfer’s paradise, Mid Ocean Club rivals even the top golf courses in the world. It is renowned for its history (1951) and challenging layout, with the signature hole, the par-four 5th, known as "Cape," requiring a tee shot over the Atlantic's majestic waters. The course’s rolling fairways and undulating greens demand strategic play, with the ocean winds adding an extra layer of challenge.
Port Royal Golf Course As with Mid Ocean, Port Royal Golf Course offers a privileged setting overlooking the North Atlantic Ocean and is the most popular course on the island. Robert Trent Jones Snr built the course on high land and made full use of the natural topography at his disposal. The 16th hole, a daunting 230-yard par 3, is one of the most photographed holes in golf thanks to its dramatic clifftop tee box and green.
Tucker’s Point Golf Club Located on the northeast part of the island, adjacent to Mid Ocean, sits Tucker’s Point Golf Club – one of the more luxurious locations on the island. The course itself dates back to the 1930s, however, in 2002 the layout was redesigned by Roger Rulewich, who was tasked with maintaining the original charm. Sitting atop some of the highest points on the island, Tucker's Point offers sweeping views of Castle Harbour on one side and Harrington Sound on the other. Its fairways are narrow, its greens are tricky, and the natural hazards will test even the most precise of golfers.
Belmont Hills Golf Club Located more centrally sits the iconic Belmont Hills Golf Club. What was once a straightforward and flat layout has been transformed into one of the most exciting challenges on the island. A significant redesign by Algie Pulley brought Belmont more in keeping with the modern game, with rippled fairways, multi-tiered greens, and plenty of water hazards. Add stunning coastal views to complete the Belmont Hills experience!
Turtle Hill Golf Club If you want a slightly different test on your Bermuda golf trip, then Turtle Hill Golf Club will surely fit the bill. It is regarded as one of the best par-3 golf courses on the planet and even hosted the World Par 3 Championship in 2010. The layout makes dramatic use of Bermuda’s hilly terrain, with strong coastal winds constantly changing the dynamics of play.
Experience unrivalled luxury on your Bermuda golf holiday
Bermuda is the ultimate R&R holiday destination, with the perfect blend of sun, sea, and activities. And despite being only 22 miles from east to west, the island is inundated with luxurious award-winning resorts and hotels.
To fully immerse yourself in this picture-perfect island it is important to pick the right accommodation. Here are a few of our best resorts for a golf holiday to Bermuda:
Cambridge Beaches Resort and Spa Beautifully located on the west side of the island sits Cambridge Beaches Resort, a five-star award-winning AAA cottage resort. The hotel has built itself a stellar reputation over the last 100 years and it remains one of the top resorts in the country. Guests can expect three award-winning restaurants, a lovely spa, and a range of first-class accommodation types from cottages to suites.
Grotto Bay Beach Resort Situated on the east side of the island, less than 10 minutes from LF Wade International Airport, is Grotto Bay Beach Resort. Like most of the hotels on the island, Grotto Bay prides itself on exemplary service with all the amenities you would expect from a first-rate resort. Enjoy over 20-acres of lush, landscaped gardens and the two stunning pink-sand beaches, all on-site.
Hamilton Princess & Beach Club For more than a century, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club has welcomed travellers to its doors. The resort is centrally located adjacent to the historic capital, Hamilton, which makes it perfect for exploring everything that the island has to offer. The beauty Hamilton Princess is the private beach club overlooking Sinky Bay and Princess Marina, their luxury boating and watersports facility.
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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.
Great for sightseeing 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 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.
Great for water sports Bermuda’s island location in the North Atlantic Ocean makes it perfect for water sports and we’d highly recommend immersing yourselves in everything the bright blue water have to offer. Bermuda has more shipwrecks per square mile than anywhere else in the world, which makes it ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving to discover hidden treasures. Thrill seekers may also be interested in windsurfing, kiteboarding, surfing, cliff jumping, boat trips, and much more.
Experience the great outdoors Away from the golf, the island is great for the outdoorsy types. A tour of the Crystal Cave is another fun activity which really allows visitors to appreciate the incredible natural beauty Bermuda has to offer. The cave is truly fascinating with a range of impressive rock formations including both stalactites and stalagmites.
One of the island’s proudest areas is Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve. Open to the public since 1995, enjoy a wooded reserve surrounded by crystal clear waters. Visitors are also invited to travel along The Bermuda Railway Trail National Park, an 18-mile track through tranquil landscapes for walkers, runners, and cyclists.
Relax on the beach Beach lovers are well and truly spoiled. The island is synonymous with its pink-sand beaches and given its long stretch of coastline, you’re never too far from sand between your toes. All of our hotels offer private beaches, however, we’d also highly recommend exploring the best public beaches.
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