Park Road, St. Georges GE 03. Or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Owned,
maintained and operated by the Ministry of Works and Engineering of
Government. North of and near Town of St. George.
Not on bus route. Phones: Office 297-8067 (fax 297-2273); Pro Shop
297-8353; Golf Pro 297-3660; Tee Times 234-4653; Maintenance 297-8370;
Restaurant/Bar 297-1836. Max Atherden, General Manager.
A scenic 18 hole par 62
course over 4,043 yards. There is a bar and restaurant, phone (441)
297-1836. Cruise ships pass by. With sunset golf (from 4:00 pm) with a
This was one of the
last designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior prior to his retirement.
The 18th hole is named after Bermuda's first Governor, Richard Moore.
One of the greens overlooks historic Fort St. Catherine.
the newest of Bermudaís
Government golf courses, was designed by Robert Trent Jones and is a
par 62, 4,043 yard course. Located at the eastern tip of the Island
within walking distance of the old Town of St. Georges, the links range
along hillsides with imposing views of the Atlantic. Wind velocity
will be an important factor in your game. On a couple of the par-3s
for instance, depending on the day, you may need anything from a
nine-iron to a driver to reach the green. To conquer this one, youíll
need concentration, proper club selection, and finally, very careful
St. Georges Golf Course is owned and operated by the Bermuda