Golf Course Bahamas
Play Golf in Bahamas
Most of the golf courses in the Bahamas are located on the larger, more well-populated islands. The archipelago enjoys wonderful weather all year round, making golfing in the Bahamas a pleasure at any time. Most of the Bahamasâ€™ golf courses are part of private resorts, though there are also a few public golf courses in the Bahamas to play on, as well.
Blue Shark Golf Club - Golf course
200 South Ocean Dr., Nassau; +1 (407) 589-7200; www.bluesharkgolf.com
This brand-new 18-hole course is located on New Providence Island outside of Nassau near Lake Killarney. The course underwent a full reconstruction in 2008 and now features challenging holes and a picturesque layout in the interior of the island, with plenty of greenery and lovely views. At par-71, the course will challenge avid golfers but is not too difficult for beginners to play on.
Our Lucaya Resort - Golf course
Sea Horse Lane, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island; +1 (242) 373-2003; www.ourlucaya.com
Par of the Our Lucaya Resort on Grand Bahama Island, this Bahamas golf resort features two courses: the Lucayan Course and the Reef Course. The Lucayan Course is an 18-hole, par-72 course known for its leafy fairways and tough bunkers, while the Reef Course is considered one of the top three golf courses in the Caribbean. Resort guests have their pick of tee times, but visitors are also welcomed.
Cable Beach Golf Club - Golf course
West Bay St., Nassau; +1 (242) 327-6000; www.crystalpalacevacations.com/golf
Though not a beach golf course, this resort-style, 18-hole Bahamas golf course features numerous lakes and water obstacles that make playing here both challenging and pleasurable. Visitors are welcomed, although guests of the attached Radisson and Sheraton resorts are offered a free shuttle to and from the hotels.
The Abaco Club on Winding Bay - Golf course
Marsh Harbour, Abaco; +1 (242) 367-0077; www.theabacoclub.com
Connected to the Abaco Club Resort on Abaco Island, this private golf course offers a true Bahamas golfing experience, with open fairways that look out over dramatic cliffs and stunning ocean views. The Abaco Club is one of the few Caribbean golf courses to offer a Scottish-style links course.