Belmont Hills Golf Club

The Belmont Hills Golf Club is among Bermuda’s finest golf vacation destinations designed by Algie M. Pulley Jr., a professional golf course architect. In 2002, Belmont was created out of a featureless layout. But after the extensive course rebuilding, the entire layout now features the 6,100-yard multi-tiered greens, slender fairways, and the intense bunkering that serves as a true test for golfers of various ability and skill levels. The Tiff Eagle Bermuda Grass greens are built to the standards of the U.S.G.A. Its fairways now feature the 419 Bermuda grass providing players with the best playing surface that is beyond compare. And to add up to the challenge, Pulley placed the kind of sand bunkers that most of the golf players of the Master’s try to steer clear of at Augusta National.

Aside from the intimidating bunkers, golfers can also spot several water hazards on the layout that may seem unusual for a golf layout in Bermuda. Two large sized man-made ponds come into play complementing Belmont’s dramatic rolling landscape. Also featured is an automatic irrigation system that keeps greens, tees, fairways, and the Island’s only double green in its peak condition. And in order to increase safety and define the fairways, hundreds of trees were planted.

This 18-hole golf facility was also created to showcase Bermuda Islands’ captivating beauty. That is why the place is often filled not just by golf enthusiasts but also guests who love to relax with nature’s finest. While on play, golfers will have their fair share of the best views that capture the Great Sound and the Hamilton Harbour. With the warm breezes, breathtaking sunsets, and first-class amenities, Belmont Hills Golf Club is indeed a place where you can have the days of your life.

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