Tuckers Point Golf Club

Most golfers today prefer golf courses that remain faithful to the natural landscape of a location. Putting their preferences to the test is the manmade lake of Tuckers Point Golf Club that volumes four gallon on one-acre of the acreage, creating the largest body of water in Bermuda. The lake adorns the irrigated private golf vacation destination redesigned by Roger Rulewich, in 2002, that extends up to 6,361-yards playing for par-70. With TifEagle putting above grounds, and new Bermuda hybrid grass, this course still provides an effect of authentic nature, something that golfers will relish from club-fitting to the last hole.

Overlooking the entire Tuckers Point Golf Club course is made accessible through the 20,000-square-foot clubhouse, where designs  compliment the entire hillside scene. The clubhouse serves as centerpiece with its prosperous facilities eager to provide guests and residential communities with first-class assistance. Reflecting Bermudian architecture, the golf vacation spot contains Grille Room and Lounge, Dining Room and Board Room, the Golf Pro Shop, locker rooms and ladies’ lounge.

Throughout the years, Tuckers Point Golf Club has maintained to offer the best golf trip experience. Because of that, it has gathered a number of prestigious recognitions including the 2005 World’s Best Golf Resorts issue, and top three in categories of Best Golf Resort and Best Restaurants in the Caribbean in the Travel + Leisure Golf’s readers. Additionally, the media praised this course saying “a total redesign of nearby Tucker’s Point Golf Club…has made it the equal in challenge and beauty of its better-known neighbour (Mid Ocean).”

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