Tucker's Point Club

4 Star Rating
Charles Banks
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The 18-hole, par-70 Tucker’s Point Golf Course is the island’s premier golf experience. Originally designed in 1932 by Charles H. Banks, the course was enhanced in 2002 by Roger Rulewich, the former chief designer for Robert Trent Jones. Golfers traverse undulating fairways with many elevated tees, while coping with the varying speed and direction of changeable winds. Many holes and greens boast dramatic water and overland views, and the greens feature TifEagle, a Bermuda-grass hybrid that makes for a quick putting surface. A practice facility including a driving range, 10,000-square-foot practice putting green and short-game area is featured. Tucker’s Point is pristinely manicured, receives consistent high praise for the quality of its greens, and maintains the impeccable condition of its playing surfaces year round. The Club, located in Tucker’s Town Bermuda, is set within a lush island landscape surrounded by world-class breathtaking views of turquoise sea.