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Bermuda is one of the most popular vacation spots in the world. Known for its pink sand beaches, amazing weather and huge resorts, Bermuda is a place where people go to relax and catch a tan. These luxurious resorts offer an amazing experience for families and businesses alike. Most of these resorts have everything you need for a good time, pools, spas, bars, etc. What many of these hotels don’t have is the best golf course in Bermuda in their backyard. Whether you’re visiting on business or pleasure, the golf course is a perfect place to unwind, either with your group or to get some alone time.

Golf on Bermuda

Belmont Hills Golf Resort is home to one of the best public golf courses in Bermuda. With beautiful scenery, differing difficulties, and golf clubs to rent, our golf hotel is perfect for your vacationing needs. Our golf course and golf hotel are perfect for the casual golfer, family fun, or an experienced golfer looking for a challenge. Most public golf courses in Bermuda only appeal to either professionals or novices, not many accommodate all parties the way ours does.

Golf Hotel & Resorts In Bermuda

If you happen to be visiting on business, our courses make for a great escape from the office. Take your meeting to the green for 18 holes on the best public golf course in Bermuda and continue the conversation over a delicious meal at one of our five star restaurants.. Most Golf Clubs don’t have the appropriate environment to also support business endeavors the way Belmont Hills Golf Resort does. Golf clubs in Bermuda aren’t exactly growing on palm trees. As one of the very few places to golf on the island, our golf resort has everything you could need to live out your golf fantasies. Our friendly staff, cold drinks and full golf course are all available daily for our guests and their families or business partners. Not only do we have great golf, we also have beautiful pools, restaurants, game rooms and bars, all for the enjoyment of your visit. Bermuda’s beautiful water and setting make for a dreamlike golf course experience; knocking golf balls into the sunset while you sip on your favorite beverage sounds pretty good to us too. That’s why we’ve made it our goal to provide the perfect environment for vacationing golfers of all kinds. Stay with us on your Bermuda vacation and experience the best Golf Resort around.

Public Golf Courses in Hamilton Bermuda

Our top notch golf course in Hamilton Bermuda is selected by many when visiting our island. We have the best treated golf course with the best staff on our resorts. Our golf courses alone will make you want to stay at our hotel resort longer. We we're nominated as best golf course in Bermuda. Give us a call if you are interested in booking some tee times on your vacation in Hamilton Bermuda.
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Let The Pros Talk

"Great value rolling hills, ocean views on back nine."


"Challenging course with small greens. Must play for accuracy and ball placement. Every time I go to Bermuda I will make sure I play Belmont Hills."

Elwood Gibson

"It was the most fun we've had on a golf course and took tons of pictures."

Hollis Cross

About Belmont Hills

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.