PGA Golf Grand Slam

Bermuda is a golfer's paradise: great golf in even greater scenery. No wonder the PGA holds a Grand Slam tournament here each year.

The easiest of drives around the sweetest of fairways

True golf fanatics never miss a single chip or a putt. They go wherever the action is. And the best of the golfing season comes at the very end with the Bermuda PGA Grand Slam. To grab a place in this prestigious event, you need to have won an event in the previous season. But not just any event – you must have held the trophy at the Masters, the US Open, the British Open, or the PGA Championship.

That’s why golfing fans flock to Bermuda each summer. They crowd around the island’s magnificent courses to see the world’s finest in top form. The ones who know how to snatch a hole-in-one book their transport early. They travel by scooter or electric bike from Elbow Beach Cycles. To make sure you catch the action on every single course,

About the Bermuda PGA Grand Slam

Golf is an enduring passion on Bermuda, with more courses per resident than anywhere else in the world. With a climate ranging year-round from about 68° to 86°F, and fabulous scenery, too, it all adds up to a memorable sporting experience.

Of course, with major champions on show in the glorious sunshine, that applies to spectators as well. It might be hard to qualify for the Bermuda PGA, but at least getting there is easy. Rent an electric scooter or bike from Elbow Beach Cycles and buzz along to the rolling grasslands and ocean views of the Port Royal Golf Course.

Ocean drive

The 6,842 manicured yards add up to the longest and most beautiful course on the island. It’s also one that features what 2010 champion Ernie Els described as one of the toughest holes in golf. It’s the 16th, and it requires a steady nerve and a firm drive right across the ocean.

Designed by famous course architect Robert Trent Jones, who believes it to be his finest outside the US, the Port Royal Golf Course opened in 1970. Renovated in 2009 at a cost of over $13 million, it’s a par-71 course that will test even the best players. Played in mid-October in near-perfect weather, the PGA offers a $1.35 million purse to its celebrated competitors.

Make major savings

Savings are par for the course when you rent a discount electric bike, electric scooter, or gas scooter from Elbow Beach Cycles. To catch the action – and the savings – on every single course on the island