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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.


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South Ocean Golf & Beach Resort


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.


Blue Shark Golf Course


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.


The Ocean Club


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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Cable Beach Golf Course


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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