Located on the westernmost side of the main island, this course has seen an impressive list of celebrities at one time or another, including Babe Ruth, Winston Churchill, and multiple US presidents. The course has a long history on the island and a reputation as one of the best courses in the world. It has gone through several renovations and modifications to keep it at a top level -- the most recent one in 2002.
Built in 1921, this course on Bermuda has long been welcoming visitors to its greens and fairways. The layout, difficulty of the holes, and bunkers were created by C.B. Macdonald and Seth Raynor, the lead architect of this golf course. The golf course has a course rating of 71.3, and its 18 holes stretch out a total of 6095 yards. Also note that there's a golf professional, Kevin Benevides, handy, so you'll especially enjoy this location if you need instruction or tips.
This winding course runs right up next to the ocean on 3 of its 4 sides, and a number of holes stretch out alongside and parallel to the ocean, making for some spectacular views. The course is dotted with bunkers and lakes, which can wreak havoc on players, as it apparently did for Babe Ruth who, legend has it, hit 11 straight balls into the same lake on the 5th hole. So be extra careful with that one.
Review the following table for a brief summary.
|Holes||Par||Yards||Rating||Slope||Driving Range||Putting Green|
It'll cost you $250 to play all 18 holes. Mid Ocean Golf Club accepts major credit cards.
Although the Mid Ocean Club is a private club, non-members are welcomed on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with advanced booking. Proper golf attire is required, and they are quite vigilant about making sure golfers finish on time.
If your highest skill isn't putting, arrive a bit before your game is scheduled to start to have a little practice time. The great thing is that this course does house a practice putting green for patrons to use to their advantage. First-timers or seasoned golfers who are taking the time to practice their swing could spend some time at the driving range found here.
The closest metropolitan area to Mid Ocean Golf Club is.
Only two and a half miles away out from the golf course, the nearest airport,, is typically used by the same type of tourists as people who golf at Mid Ocean Golf Club.
Variety is important to some golfers, luckily there are other golf courses close by. Golf courses worth mentioning in the area include Ocean View Golf Course, Tucker's Point, and St. George's Golf Club. All of which are within four and a half miles and the nearest one of the group, Tucker's Point, is a quarter mile away from Mid Ocean Golf Club.
The popularity this golf course on any given day can vary ——it depends mainly on when you visit, and how many people have booked rooms nearby. There is no shortage of lodgings nearby, which means you can expect to encounter a relatively high number of other visiting guests having a good time golfing and exploring alongside you. There are a substantial number of hotels located nearby. You can see the nearest ones to Mid Ocean Golf Club in the following table.
|The Mid Ocean Club||0.2||E||Resort||None|
|Rosewood Tucker's Point||0.7||NW||Resort||None|
|Pink Beach Club||1.1||SW||Resort||Bermuda|
|Grotto Bay Beach Resort||1.8||NW||Resort||St. David's Island|
|Aunt Neas Inn At Hillcrest||3.6||N||Hotel||St. David's Island|
Located on the western outskirts of Tucker's Town, Mid Ocean Golf Club can offer a great opportunity for golfing. Even if you aren't rooming very close, you are free to drop by to check it out. From this location, St. George is three and a half miles (six kilometers) to the north.
Address: 1 Mid Ocean Drive, Tucker's Town, None
Primary Phone: (441) 293-1215
Secondary Phone: (441) 293-0330
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