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Here are some of the golf courses you can play in Bermuda

Belmont Hills Golf Club - 6,017 yards - par 70

This is a semi-private resort course which offers a demanding round of golf on pristine, intensely bunkered, multi-tiered USGA greens overlooking Bermuda’s famous turquoise blue sea.

Last updated November 2007

Fairmont Southampton Golf Club - 2,737 yards - par 54

This par 3 course will do wonders for your short game whilst you enjoy the beautiful surroundings and dramatic elevation changes.

Last updated November 2007

Mid Ocean Club - 6,512 yards - par 71

Introduction by a member is required for this wonderful course.

Last updated November 2007

Ocean View Golf Course - 2,940 yards - par 35

A 9 hole course with 18 tees, it is quite close to the capital of Bermuda, Hamilton.

Last updated November 2007

Port Royal Golf Course - 6,561 yards - par 71

Enjoy the wonderful ocean views and some of the finest holes to be found anywhere on this course! The par-three 16th has become the most famous in all of Bermuda golf. A ball hooked here ends up in the Atlantic Ocean!

Last updated November 2007

Riddells Bay Golf and Country Club - 5,800 yards - par 70

Located towards the mid to western end of the island in Warwick, Riddell's Bay Golf and Country Club is the oldest course in Bermuda. Opened in 1922, the course has developed a charm that makes many visitors return to the club. Although a private club, visitors are welcome.

Last updated November 2007

St. George's Golf Course - 4,043 yards - par 62

This links-type course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, is not only challenging but breathtakingly beautiful, with ocean views on every hole. It is situated at the eastern tip of the island, Bermuda’s discovery point, and is surrounded by much history with Fort St. Catherine by the 16th and Fort George by the 4th tee.

Last updated November 2007

Tucker's Point Golf Club - 6,361 yards - par 70

A total redesign of this course means that the Tucker's Point golf course is now seen to equal and challenge the beauty of its neighbour, Mid Ocean. It is beautifully positioned along Castle Harbour and Harrington Sound.

Last updated November 2007