When considering one of the island’s ubiquitous hotel-golf packages, be on the lookout for ones sending you to the Belmont Hills Golf Club. At just 5,759 yards, it offers the least of Bermuda's full-size courses in both quality and quantity. Likewise, avoid the public Port Royal, owned and operated by the Bermudan government and aimed squarely at gullible tourists. It has no par-5s and a bunch of miserly par-3s en route to a one-of-a-kind par-62, a rarity in the worst possible sense.
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Published on Jan 3, 2006 as a web exclusive.