Riddell’s Bay Golf Club

As one of the eight courses in the island of Bermuda, Riddell’s Bay Golf Club is located in the narrow peninsula that stretches to the Great Sound at the center of Warwick Parish. Originally designed by Devereuz Emmet, this golf vacation destination continues to improve its landscape in order to cater to the growing needs of golfers, since its establishment in 1922. But it was Ed Beidel, in 1994, who performed a significant facelift that lead to the fame of this course. As the course constantly presented new forms, it became an appealing spot in the Bermuda tourist market, effectively attracting new members in.

The 18-hole, par 69 Riddell’s Bay Golf Club approximately extends to 88 acres of land that plays to a maximum of 5,800 yards and 4,900 yards from the front of the forward tee boxes. The greens ranges from 3,200 to 6,700 square feet on this course that is short for contemporary standards, but with unpredictable wind velocity that casts demands to offset the initial easygoing appearance. For this reason, this golf vacation location has continually became the spot for renowned events like golf outings and tournaments.

The success of Riddell’s Bay Golf Club can be afforded to the dedicated collaboration of the ideas of architects and partners. As this golf trip location maintains with providing quality golf, guests has given it the label “quintessentially private and Bermudian” golf experience. The unrelenting improvements has definitely raised the bar on this course, and it is only a matter of time before it stands as the top of all golf courses in the world.

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