Bahamas golf has a little something to offer for players of all handicaps, including several 18-hole championship courses. Designers of Bahamas golf courses have taken advantage of the islands' natural beauty to create scenic fairways and impeccable greens; players inevitably take advantage of the other feature of Bahamas golf - a year-round season of consistent sunny blue skies and inconsistent rainfall.
Nassau/Paradise Island is home to some of the best Bahamas golf, including the oldest course in the Bahamas. The par-72 Cable Beach Golf Club is a world-class facility located just west of downtown Nassau. Golf fanatics can play all 18 holes for B$95 (carts included), or 9 holes - the back half is much tougher than the first - for $70. For those visitors staying on Nassau, golf courses on Paradise Island and in the more secluded southwest are also available. As is the case with most Bahamas golf, count on challenging holes here and competition with breezes blowing off the water.
For an alternative to Nassau golf, hop over to the island of Grand Bahama, where no fewer than four Bahamas golf courses will test your skills. Even Bahamas golf pros find the fairways and greens at the Lucayan Course tricky, an otherwise leisurely assortment of 18 championship holes. Fortune Hills is set on 17-acres of greenery just nearby, a challenging 9-hole course with few hazards and expansive greens.
Eleuthra and the Abacos Islands both feature Bahamas golf courses as well.
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