Bahamas Golf Courses

Bahamas Golf

The Bahamas has some of the world’s most beautiful and demanding golf courses, as well as hosting international and local tournaments.

Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas and the city is located on New Providence Island where there are a number of fine golf courses with Albany and the Ocean Club heading the bill.

Baker’s Bay

Laid out on a sliver of sandy shoreline along the west flank of Great Guana Cay, Baker’s Bay first opened in 2010 when it was unveiled as Discovery Land Company’s fourteenth residential golf project.

Abaco Club

The Abaco Club has been laid out on predominantly low lying sandy ground next to the turquoise Atlantic Ocean with hard and fast-running tee to green surfaces.


Officially opened in December 2010, the links-style course at the Albany resort measures over 7,400 yards from the back tees, configured as five par fives and five par threes with the remaining holes laid out as par fours.

Ocean Club

The golf course at the Ocean Club is routed around wetlands, waste areas and lagoons, with “Spyglass,” the 208-yard 12th one of the most memorable holes on the card.

Lyford Cay

Canadian billionaire Edward Plunkett Taylor established the ultra-exclusive Lyford Cay Club in the late 1950s when he commissioned American architect Dick Wilson to lay out a lavish golf course…

Emerald Reef

If the wind is blowing at Sandals Emerald Reef golf course at Emerald Bay, hold on to your hat and wave goodbye to carding a decent score.

Grand Lucayan (Reef)

The Reef golf course is a Robert Trent Jones Jnr layout that lies beside the Yacht Club on a more open part of the Radisson Grand Lucayan property.

Radisson Cable Beach Golf Course

18 hole – par-72 -7,040 yards.-The oldest golf course in The Bahamas, this par-72 green was the private retreat in the 1930s.
Address: West Bay St, Nassau, Bahamas tel: 242 327 6000

Abaco Club

One of the worlds most stunning courses.
18 hole -par 72 – 7,183 yards
Address: Winding Bay, Abaco, Bahamas. tel: 242 367 0077

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