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Seven Minutes to Escape

Bermuda has one of the most incredible backdrops in the world when it comes to getting a few rounds of Bermuda golf. Imagine walking on a Bermuda golf course on the eighteenth hole overlooking the waves breaking onto the white sand stretched beaches.

Bermuda golf

There are both private and public Bermuda golf courses to choose from on the island. The public Bermuda golf courses are open to all tourists visiting the island.

Many of the best Bermuda golf courses challenge getting a tee time on, especially during high seasons. Tillie James Travel can assist you with booking reservations in advance before your arrival.

Belmont Hills Golf Club was designed in 2002 by renowned golf course architect Algie M. Pulley, Jr. It is part of Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa. This world-class course features 6,100 yards of strategically laid out bunkers, multi-tiered greens, and slender fairways.

The fairways have hundreds of trees that were planted to define and shape them. The 17th and 18th holes, in particular, are among the finest finishing holes in the game.

Golf Digest ranked the Port Royal golf course among the world’s best public golf courses. Port Royal, recently renovated, features 18 championship holes over 6,842 yards, the longest and most picturesque course in Bermuda. Legendary golf architect Robert Trent Jones combined undulating terrain and dramatic oceanside cliffs to create an unforgettable golf experience.

The 16th hole is a 235-yard crescent-shaped beauty with nothing but the Atlantic Ocean between the tee and the pin.

Ocean View Golf Club's fascinating history dates back to before World War II.

The golf course has earned a four-star Golf Digest rating. You will be enticed with 18 different tee positions and may consider playing the course twice. It takes seven minutes to escape from busy Hamilton City to arrive at Ocean View’s first tee.

Bermuda golf courses are a combination of relaxation, fun, thrill, and challenge, which will satisfy every golfer need to dare.


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