Bermuda Golf Holidays

"You can go to heaven if you want to, I'll stay here in Bermuda."  Mark Twain

The "Jewel of the Atlantic," Bermuda is much closer than you think. With incomparable weather, pink sandy beaches, breadth of historic sites and warm, friendly people, it's no wonder Condé Nast Traveler readers have voted Bermuda "Best Island in the Caribbean/Atlantic" 16 times since 1994.

Arguably the golfing capital of any exotic island, Bermuda is a semi-tropical golfing paradise. The quality of the designs is first-class with a couple of truly world-class layouts and no fewer than five courses worthy of your attention. And the enjoyment is only enhanced by the adjacent turquoise waters and pink sands.

The summers are hot, the winters are mild and there is no official rainy season so you can escape to Bermuda at any time of the year…And it’s just six hours form the UK.

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Bermuda Golf Breaks

Bermuda lies hundreds of miles north of the Bahamas in an astoundingly beautiful stretch of the Atlantic, a mere 650 miles east of North Carolina.  Despite being a cosy 21 square miles, Bermuda has 75 miles of dramatic coastline and is actually made up of 181 islands, islets and rocks. Most of these are uninhabited, but eight of the larger ones are linked by bridges and one causeway that form the subtropical paradise.

Bermuda dates from 1503 when Spanish sea captain Juan de Bermúdez landed his small fleet.  Over 100 years later, Sir George Somers and his entire crew were washed ashore from their shipwreck and they started to colonise the island, which became property of the crown in 1614.

Bermuda has since been an important trading post and staging area for Great Britain, particularly during the 1812 war against the United States and as recently as WWII. The naval bases have left their legacy with historic town of St. George and related fortifications named as World Heritage Sites.


Golf Courses

  • Port Royal golf course

    Port Royal

    Robert Trent Jones has combined undulating terrain and dramatic oceanside cliffs to create an unforgettable golf experience.  Arguably the best on the island and certainly one of the prettiest you’ll ever play.  

  • Riddell's Bay Golf & Country Club golf course

    Riddell's Bay Golf & Country Club

    Build on 600 acres, several holes are placed perilously close to the ocean so the threat of water seems even greater (but then so does the idea of a mid-round swim!).  A classic exotic “links”.  

  • Newstead Belmont Hills golf course

    Newstead Belmont Hills

    Recently renovated, Belmont Hills features faster TifEagle greens and man-made lakes separated by a waterfall. With excellent ocean views, this is a great “little” course to warm up on.  

  • The Mid Ocean Club golf course

    The Mid Ocean Club

    There’s not much wrong about Mid Ocean.  Rated among the world’s finest, it’s a great test of golf with longish Par Four’s and a wonderful golf and country club with perfect service to back up the perfect location and perfect design.  

  • Tucker's Point golf course

    Tucker's Point

    Completely redesigned, Tucker's Point’s fairways are sculpted towards the ocean, leading to smallish greens.  A course where you should play to your handicap, if you can keep your eyes from the views.

Bermuda Golf Holidays

• African Diaspora Heritage Trail - see the slave graveyard at St. Peter's, the oldest church in the Western Hemisphere. And imagine the labourers who helped build the most important British naval base in the Atlantic.

• Royal Naval Dockyard.

• St George’s UNESCO World Heritage Site.

• Fort St Cathering.

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