The Mid Ocean Club
Located on the south-eastern shores of Bermuda lies the Mid Ocean Club, one of the most pristine golf destinations on this Atlantic Ocean island. Built in 1921 by one of the founding golf architects in America, Charles B. Macdonald, and modified by Robert Trent Jones in 1953, Mid Ocean has stood up to the test of time. Playing roughly 6500 yards from the tips it is a true test for golfers of all skill levels, including golfs major winners. The Mid Ocean club hosted the Grand Slam of Golf twice and was won by Angel Carbrea (2008) and Jim Furyk (2007).
Visitors to the island are welcome to play Mid Ocean Monday through Friday, as it is a private golf course on the weekends. The existence of a membership allows the course to play beautifully as it is maintained to the highest standards. After the round, golfers are encouraged to grab a cold drink and take advantage of the umbrella covered beach chairs, where the blue horizon stretches as far as the eye can see.