Bermuda Golf Course Adds Value


// (c) 2011 Port Royal Golf Course

Bermuda’s famed Port Royal Golf Course, the current host of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, recently introduced a Play 'n' Dine offer for visitors .  From 2 p.m. onward daily, guests who play 18 holes on the course can also enjoy a three-course meal at 64 Degrees, the club’s steak and seafood restaurant. The special Play 'n' Dine offer is priced at $164 per person and is available through November 31, 2011.

In addition, the Bermuda Department of Tourism and Port Royal Golf Course have also extended the Port Royal Visitor Tournaments, which were originally created in Fall 2010, with competitions for visitors held every Monday through October 2011. Tournament participants receive a discount on green fees (inclusive of cart for 18-holes), bringing the cost down to $110 per person to play. Club rentals are available as well for $25.

Prizes will be given to the top three golfers in each tournament and the winner will receive a commemorative victory certificate and prize from the pro shop. The tournaments will be played using the Calloway system, which allows players of all levels--with or without a handicap--to compete together. Tournaments run from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon.

The Port Royal Golf Club was designed by Robert Trent Jones and is open to the public. The course recently underwent a more than $15 million renovation and features 18 championship holes and more than 6,842 manicured yards, making it the the longest golf course in Bermuda. Port Royal also includes a 300-yard oceanfront driving range, a luxurious clubhouse and the 64 Degrees restaurant.

Visit or call 441-234-0974.

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