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Opened in 1996, this golf facility features a 282-meter (320-yard) driving range with eight target areas and 40 practice bays, 25 of which are covered. Professional golfers offer lessons and will actually videotape your swing. The popular 18-hole miniature golf course, complete with pagodas, waterfalls and blue waterways, appeals to adults and children. The course is lit for night play.
Part of the Fairmont Southampton Princess resort, this 18-hole golf course is positioned atop a steep hill making the play most challenging. Players tee off both uphill and downhill, with vertical drops of about 200 feet on the first two holes alone. Irrigation keeps the 6,684-yard course lush year-round. The clubhouse has a restaurant, a fully licensed bar and a pro shop offering the latest golf fashions.
Breathtaking vistas of the bay and the surrounding periphery greet you at the Turtle Hill Golf Club. Part of the luxurious Fairmont Southampton, the 18-hole championship course was designed by the renowned Theodore Robinson, and is a challenging prospect for all skill levels. The course is host to a number of tournaments including the Fairmont Southampton Bacardi National Par 3 Championship. Facilities at the course include a pro shop as well as golfing lessons for beginners. For guests staying at the hotel, there is a golf concierge to take care of all the details. Check website for more.
If you're in a pinch for time or just want to play nine, the golf course at the Horizons and Cottages Resort should do the trick. The nine hole, par-27 executive course is primarily used by guests of the hotel, but it is also open to the public. The links are not the most remarkable or challenging on the island, but the course is usually in excellent condition.
The eight golf courses of Bermuda are legendary among avid players. Even the most skilled professionals find many of the links quite challenging. Tournaments and other events are held throughout the year by the Bermuda Golf Association. The organization sponsors numerous contests for golfers at all skill levels. To learn more about upcoming events or just general information, you can contact the association before your trip to the island.
This nine-hole par-35 course is not as easy as it looks. Rolling hills and unpredictable terrain make for challenging play, as does a pond in the middle of the fairway on the signature ninth hole.This government-owned facility has a clubhouse with a bar and restaurant, conference rooms, a well-stocked pro shop, lockers and a driving range.Greens fees are $36 for the whole day on weekdays and $40 on weekends and public holidays. Gas carts are $20 per person for 18 holes (twice round the nine).
Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Nixon, Carter and Bush all played here. Sir Winston Churchill liked the course, too. So you can see this is one of Bermuda's most exclusive golf courses. Charles Blair McDonald created this par-71 18-hole course in 1922, and nine years later Robert Trent Jones revised it. Lakes, ponds and the ocean come into play on many holes. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, guests can play with members. Formal golf attire is required. Short shorts are not allowed. Open daily form 7:30a. Consult the website for prices.
Architect Charles Banks designed this set of links with aesthetic beauty and an athletic challenge in mind. The course offers wonderful views from its elevated fairways. The 190-yard, par-three 13th hole has a green 100 feet above the tee box. On the troublesome 235-yard 18th hole, considered one of the most trying on the island, the Atlantic winds play havoc with tee shots.The ground crew keeps the greens and fairways in tip-top shape, justifying the high fees for 18 holes with cart. Clubs can be rented.