Bermuda Fun Golf
The Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys
Mini Golf Course Highlights: Features 18 challenging holes designed after famous golf courses in the U.S., Scotland and Bermuda. “Glow in the dark” night golf is also offered.
Bermuda Golf Academy & Driving Range
12 Industrial Park Rd., Southampton
Mini Golf Course Highlights: Great for the whole family. Take private lessons or brush up on your drive. 320-yard driving range / 18 holes of miniature golf adventure course
Mid Ocean Club, The
Tucker’s Town, St. George’s
Course Highlights: Designed by Charles Blair Macdonald in 1921 and modified to its current design by Robert Trent Jones.
6,520 yards / Par 71 / 18 holes
Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Course
27 Harbour Rd., Paget
Course Highlights: Entirely renovated in 2002.Bermuda’s only double green at 14,000 square feet. 6,100 yards / Par 70 / 18 holes
Ocean View Golf Course
2 Barkers Hill Rd., Devonshire
Course Highlights: Features 18 different tee positions set for a tricky par 70 so you can better your front nine on your second round.
2,940 yards / Par 35 / 9 holes
Port Royal Golf Course
5 Port Royal Rd., Southampton
Course Highlights: The longest and most picturesque course in all of Bermuda, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. Ranked amongst the world’s best public courses.
6,842 yards / Par 71 / 18 holes
Tucker’s Point Golf Course
60 Tucker’s Point Drive
Course Highlights: Originally designed by Charles H. Banks in 1932, enhanced by Roger Rulewich in 2002.
6,491 yards / Par 70 / 18 holes
Turtle Hill Golf Club, the
at The Fairmont Southampton
101 South Rd., Southampton
Course Highlights: Winner of Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play Golf,” designed to take your short game to new heights.
2,684 yards / Par 54 / 18 holes