Whether teeing off on a particularly lovely seaside resort course or enjoying a fruity cocktail at the clubhouse after a game, throughout the Caribbean and the especially in the Bahamas, you will have a spectacular time golfing. Revel in the feel of gentle Caribbean ttrade winds and warm Caribbean sun and choose from a multitude of places to play at, from the prettiest of clubs complete with lavish amenities to the no-frills links course on a small out island cay.
New Providence contains both the oldest and newest golf courses in the Bahamas. Go for an incredibly challenging game on a links course at Cable Beach , or spend the entire day traversing the 6,707 yards of a designer golf course in Nassau or surround yourself on three sides with an incredible ocean view while playing on Paradise Island.
Grand Bahama Island makes a perfect place to play, with plenty of space to fill with rolling greens fraught with challenging obstacles. Considered a major attraction on Grand Bahama, the Westin and Sheraton Grand Bahama Island Resort Lucayan Course features 6,824 yards, a double lake at the 18th hole, and state of the art facilities. For something smaller and less costly, visit a local 9-hole course designed by Joe Lee and Dick Wilson, fully equipped with restaurant and bars.
Or, if you don’t like to stay in one place, pack your golf clubs onto a boat and sail the out islands, experiencing each unique course on various islands and cays. Make a stop at the Abaco’s Treasure Cay and tee off at a particularly challenging course, fraught with sand traps as well as high winds. Take a trip to another Abaco site at Winding Bay and play a game at a secluded resort course, right in the middle of a tropical jungle.