The course winds about through a residential area in southern Freeport, and is in a convenient location for golfers staying the most frequently visited parts of the island. Close to the coast, guests will have some nice ocean views as they enjoy a relaxing morning/afternoon on the course.
This course has become a classic spot to tee off, having been founded in 1964. The greens, hole placement, and bunkers are all part of the design by Dick Wilson, the lead architect of this golf course. It features a course rating of 72.3, and its 18 holes measure out to a total of 6679 yards. Also be aware that they've got a pro, Jef Becker, available ready to help novices perfect their swing or provide advanced pointers for trained players.
The fairways here are relatively narrow, and can be dangerously curvy. Playing next to dense woods at times and local residences at others, errant shots can be difficult to make up for. Water will come into play on a number of holes, which might add even more challenge to the round.
Glance through the following table for a brief summary.
|Holes||Par||Yards||Rating||Slope||Driving Range||Putting Green|
Bahamas Princess Emerald Course accepts the following credit cards: American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa.
Bahamas Princess Emerald Course is close to Freeport, the most close by city, so you can explore the city after your visit to the course. The city is one and a quarter miles away from the golf course. Because it's so close by, it won't take a long time to head that way for some urban exploration.
The most proximate airport is, so tourists landing and departing there should highly consider golfing here. The airport is just two and a half miles away off from this golf course.
If you are looking for a variety of golfing options, there are three other golfing options nearby. Well- known courses in the area are Lucayan Golf Course, The Reef Club Golf Course, and Bahamas Princess Ruby Course. All of which are within three and a half miles and the closest of the group, Bahamas Princess Ruby Course, is only a small trip away from the main course, so it won't be trouble to make going over for a few rounds of golf.
Whether the golf course is full of players or practically empty will depend on how many hotel guests decide to make the trip as well. You can expect accommodations close by, so there will also be a rather high numbers of other vacationers enjoying themselves alongside you. The subsequent display shows the moderate selection of places to stay located close to the golf course.
|The Royal Islander Hotel||0.3||NE||Hotel|
|Castaways Resort & Suites||0.3||NNE||Hotel|
|Sunrise Resort And Marina||1.5||S||Hotel|
|Club Grand Bahama Sunrise Resort And Marina||1.5||S||Hotel|
|Island Seas Resort||2.2||SE||Resort|
|Ocean Reef Resort And Yacht Club||2.3||ESE||Hotel|
Bahamas Princess Emerald Course is situated in the heart of Freeport.
Location: West Sunrise Highway, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
Primary Phone: (242) 352-6721
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