Bermuda

Bermuda Islands is a British overseas territory which consists of approximately 138 islands having a total area of 20.6 square miles. The island also enjoys having the world’s highest per capita income which is more than fifty percent that of the United States. Bermuda is also considered as a paradise where people can relax on the on the blushing pink beaches and the island’s private hidden cove. This tiny string of islands in the Atlantic is also home to historical museums, crystal caves, forts, churches, and world renowned golf courses.

Bermuda Islands

This sublime subtropical paradise in the Atlantic is composed of the numbers of bridge-linked photographic islands, decorated with the blooming vegetation as well as the lush hills. Also called as Somers Isles, Bermuda Islands is blessed with the natural beauty including the championship layouts designed by the famous Robert Trent Jones.

Here is a quick list of some of the golf courses in Bermuda Island:

  • Belmont Hills Golf Club – is a semi-private 18-hole resort course designed by Algie M. Pulley Jr. that features intense bunkering, slender fairways, and the multi-tiered greens.
  • Fairmont Southampton Golf Course – a 2,684-yard course and winner of the 2002 “Best Places to Play Golf” by Golf Digest.
  • Ocean View Golf Club – is a premier nine-hole course which was rated with 4 stars by Golf Digest and creates coral hued scenery.
  • Tucker’s Point Golf Club – cited as top three of the “Best Golf Resort and Best Restaurants in the Caribbean.”

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