Located in Warwick Parish, Belmont Hills was originally designed by Deveraux Emmett way back in 1924 and re-designed in 2002 by renowned golf course architect Algie M. Pulley, Jr as a par 70 course. It is a magnificently contoured showcase of Bermuda’s natural beauty, featuring 6,100 yards of strategically laid out bunkers, multi-tiered greens and slender fairways, proving a challenging test for players of all handicaps. Panoramic views of Hamilton Harbour and the Great Sound provide an inspiring accompaniment to every shot. The 17th and 18th holes in particular are among the finest finishing holes in the game.
Some of the unique characteristics of the course are the utilization of multiple water hazards – which is unusual for a Bermudian course – and Bermuda’s only double green (at 14,000 square feet). Hundreds of trees have been planted or relocated to shape and define the fairways. Players teeing off at Belmont Hills face two competing challenges: getting through 18 holes in as few shots as possible and making each moment last forever.