Mid Ocean Golf Club

The Mid Ocean Golf Club is among Bermuda Islands’ finest golf gems that has been attracting guests from almost all parts of the globe. Perfectly nestled in a charming town, this layout served as a golf vacation dream that was built in 1921. The golf course was designed by Charles Blair Macdonald, a legendary golf course architect. After the layout underwent major renovations in the 1950’s, Mid Ocean Golf Club has then turned into a championship venue and has been highlighted as the 45th among the world’s courses outside the U.S. as cited by Golf Digest. In 2007, this 18-hole championship golf course was home to the PGA Grand Slam. Aside from the famous golf professionals that played on the course, George Bush, Sir Winston Churchill, Dwight Eisenhower, and Babe Ruth also graced the layout with their golf games.

This private golf club features the some of the island’s popular golf holes like the par-3 17th-hole known as “Redan”, the par-4 18th, and the signature par-4 5th. As the golfers approach the 4th fairway all the way to the 5th tee, a hit over a large lake would be required as the stunning par-4 dog leg left comes into play. The #1, #3, #17, and #18 on the other hand offer the great variety of plays as these holes regularly comes in contact with the winds coming from the sea. If you want that your golf round will end perfectly, accuracy and concentration is a must.

Aside from the dramatic golf course that features the rolling valleys and terrific greenery, golfers and nature lovers alike will surely enjoy a relaxing break away from the hustles of the busy world. If you are planning to stay longer, on the grounds are the cozy guest rooms, tennis courts, full-service clubhouse, and the sparkling beaches.

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