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Golfing Bermuda: A cruiser's guide

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Aside from pink sands and blue waters, the islands of Bermuda offer plenty of green. Bermuda has the most golf green space per mile in the world, according to Bermuda Tourism. In a presentation to travel industry professionals at the 2014 Boston Globe Travel Show, Bermuda Tourism reviewed some of the highlights of its public and private courses and clubs.

Recreational golfers who cruise to Bermuda have seven golf courses from which to choose. Additionally, two family-friendly facilities, one of which is steps from the cruise ship terminal at Royal Naval Dockyard, offer driving ranges and miniature golf. The multiple-day stays by cruise ships allow passengers ample time to play one or more of these renowned courses. To further guide cruise ship visitors, Examiner included the distance from the Royal Naval Dockyard in the summaries below.

Public golf courses

Port Royal Golf Course

  • Distance from Royal Naval Dockyard: 10.4 km / 6.5 mi
  • Par: 70
  • Of note: Host of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (the 2014 PGA Grand Slam will be held Oct. 13-15)
  • Website:

Ocean View Golf Course

Private clubs

Turtle Hill Golf Club

Riddell’s Bay Golf & Country Club

  • Distance from Royal Naval Dockyard: 16.0 km / 9.9 mi
  • Par: 70
  • Of note: Oldest golf course in Bermuda
  • Website:

Belmont Hills Golf Club

Tucker’s Point

Mid Ocean Club

Miniature Golf


Bermuda Golf Academy Driving Range

  • Distance from Royal Naval Dockyard: 12.6 km / 7.8 mi
  • Website: None

Golf excursions may be booked through the cruise line or reserved directly in advance with the golf club. Visit your cruise line’s website or call your travel agent for further details.