This gorgeous landscape of rolling hills and dogleg fairways has been among the most popular golf courses in the Bahamas since opening in 1963. Recently cleared of all the Hurricane Floyd-related damage, the course is looking better than ever. Eighteen holes costs US$106 for nonmembers, US$86 dollars for members. Guests of most island hotels get the discount rate as well. The Arawak Dining Room, located in the Country Club overlooking the course, is one of the best known restaurants on the island.
Sports and the Outdoors
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