Tucker's Point

Rolling fairways and elevated tees are features here, and golfers will need to be wary of the tricky, changeable winds that will surely be blowing off the water. Playing surfaces are impeccably maintained year round. The putting surface is very quick, and a good short game is key.

Course Description

Built in 1932, this course on Bermuda has become a classic spot for a round of golf. The course layout, holes, and practice areas were created by Roger Rulewich, the architect of Tucker's Point. The golf course has earned a course rating of 72.0, and its 18 holes have a total distance of 6491 yards.

The Club is set on Bermuda's lush island landscape, and features spectacular ocean vistas of the surrounding turquoise waters of the Atlantic. Thick foliage lines the fairways and constant elevation changes create a challenging round of golf. The wonderful views can also create a distraction, especially on the holes that run parallel to the ocean.

At a Glance

Check out the following table for a few key facts concerning this course.

Tucker's Point Specifications
Holes Par Yards Rating Slope Driving Range Putting Green
18 70 6491 72.0 134 Yes Yes

Policies and Fees

18 holes will cost non-members $250, while juniors can play for free if they are accompanied by a paying adult. GPS cart rental is included in the price, though you might need to rent shoes and clubs for $15 and $75 respectively. Tucker's Point accepts most major credit cards.

Appropriate golfing attire is required, and golf shoes must be worn when on the course. Slower golfers will also, as is usual, be asked to allow faster golfers to play through.


If putting isn't your strong suit, arrive a bit before your game is scheduled to start to have a little practice. The great thing is that this course does offer a practice putting green for patrons to use. Newbies or seasoned golfers who are fine tuning their swing should take advantage of the driving range that is found here.

What's Nearby

Tucker's Point is close to St. George, the most close by metropolitan area, so touring the city could be a fun side-trip after visiting the golf course.

The nearest airport is LF Wade International Airport, so vacationers flying in there should highly consider golfing here. The airport is about two miles away off from this golf course.

If you are someone who likes variety, there are other golf courses to choose from very close. Golf courses worth mentioning in the area include Mid Ocean Golf Club, St. George's Golf Club, and Ocean View Golf Course. All of which are within four miles and the closest of the group, Mid Ocean Golf Club, is a quarter mile away.

Whether the golf course is full of players or practically empty will depend on many factors, including the capacity of nearby hotels. You can typically expect to encounter quite a few visitors from nearby hotels. If you're looking for a place to stay in this vicinity, you'll have multiple options. You'll have your pick of several hotels near this course's greens, which are named in the following table.

Places to Stay Near Tucker's Point
Accommodation Name Distance Direction Type Star Island
Rosewood Tucker's Point 0.4 N Resort
The Mid Ocean Club 0.6 ESE Resort
Pink Beach Club 1.0 SW Resort
Grotto Bay Beach Resort 1.5 NW Resort
St. David's Island
Aunt Neas Inn At Hillcrest 3.5 NNE Hotel
St. David's Island
Que Sera 5.0 SW Guest house
Little Pomander Guest House 5.2 SW Guest house


Situated on the island of Bermuda, 1.5 miles southeast of Henrys Hill, Tucker's Point is on the premises of Rosewood Tucker's Point, and can provide a fun chance to golf. Regardless of whether or not you're staying particularly close, you should consider dropping by for some fun in the sun. In case you're wondering, St. George is three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers) to the north-northeast.

Contact Information

Primary Phone: (441) 298-6970

Secondary Phone: (866) 604-3764

Website: http://www.tuckerspoint.com/club/golf/


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