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The Mid Ocean Club

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If simply being in beautifully, scenic Bermuda is not inviting enough, the Mid Ocean Club, located in Tuckers Town is also a challenging course.

Designed by Charles Blair MacDonald, known as the father of organized golf in the United States, this course is on a cliff overlooking blue North-Atlantic waters with high winds, bunkers and slopes from back to front.

Hole five is Mid Ocean Club’s signature hole. This par four long green has an elevated tee, steep embankment, bunkers, a steep slope on the right side and is next to Mangrove Lake which makes the distance seem longer than it actually is. There are separate men’s and women’s courses.

Written by  Melissa Rubin.

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