Golf Courses

Have room to bring the clubs along? If so, don't pass up an opportunity to hit the links when you're in Nassau. If you can get a tee time, Cable Beach Golf Course ranks high on our list of places to play.


With freshwater lakes, wetlands and two natural lagoon-like blue holes that connect to the ocean, this is a popular course in Nassau. Beginners an expert golfers alike will enjoy the course.

Local Expert tip: Be aware that it is a bit removed from downtown.

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Nassau and the Bahamas are known for golf courses, and Blue Shark Golf Club may well be the foremost among them. This redesigned, 18-hole, par-72 course boasts a lush, verdant layout and is a rarity in the sense that it offers fun and relaxation to the novice and a true test of skill to the expert. The course is renowned for its "Blue Holes," a network of underground caves filled with water from the Caribbean.

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Acclaimed throughout Nassau and the Bahamas, this Paradise Island golf course's grounds don't miss a single detail in endeavoring to offer up the perfect game. Crosswinds gust across the course along the peninsula, ensuring a challenge for even the most experienced golfers. However, weekend warriors should not be intimidated! The 18-hole, 7,100-yard course is perfectly playable for the less experienced golfer, and patrons won't be disappointed by the landscape design or services.

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Guests of any accommodation on Cable Beach can hop a free shuttle to one of the best golf courses in Nassau, and the Bahamas. Cable Beach offers wide, well-groomed fairways speckled with a number of lakes – only two of the 18 holes lack water obstacles. The course provides a challenge to even the most seasoned players and a leisurely day amid beautiful scenery to tourists hoping to try their hand at the sport.

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