Additionally, the course and resort have been named one of the Top 25 Golf Resorts for Families.
Managing Director of Rosewood Bermuda, Sascha Hemmann speaks of the award by stating: “We are proud to be named one of the Top 100 Golf Resorts, and particularly for being a part of the Family list.
“We focus very hard on having amazing facilities for the whole family from our amazing beach, to our family friendly golf course, to our unique children’s programming which includes the Rosewood brand initiative, Rosewood Explorers.”
In celebration of this award, Rosewood Bermuda has announced several new programs and a special for golf memberships, including:
- For the first 25 individuals to purchase a golf membership the joining fee will be waived
- New kid’s programming including Friday night movie nights so parents can enjoy a date night, Sunday afternoon activities and swimming lessons in the heated pool
- New golf programming including a new family golf cart and a 5-hole mini-golf course
The article by Golf Editors, published in September states: “In one of the biggest editorial projects GOLF has ever undertaken, we culled the names of 243 rank-worthy resorts spread across North America. Under the expert guidance of resort industry veterans and our stable of well-heeled travel writers, we placed each resort into at least one of four experience categories: Luxury, Buddies, General Excellence and Families.
“Then, with the help of 3,700-plus golfers just like you, we conducted an online poll, asking GOLF’s Top 100 Courses panelists and those of internal travel and editorial teams to list destinations in each category (Nos. 1–5, then alphabetically), generating GOLF’s first-ever ranking of the Top 100 Resorts. Yep — we’re in need of a vacation, too.”readers to rate each resort based on five key variables: golf experience, accommodations, service, food and ambience. The results of this poll were then weighed against the opinions of a select group of
6 things you need to know about golf at Rosewood Bermuda
- Best time to go: If you prefer temps in the low 70s, try March and April
- Daily stay-and-plays start at: $895
- Golf experience: Elevated tees and mesmerizing views of the Atlantic Ocean on a layout originally laid out by Charles Banks in 1932
- Best non-golf amenity: For kids, it’s the Rosewood Explorers program that will keep them busy during summer visits with swimming and science
- While you’re there: You’ll learn all about rum during a special tasting held on Fridays at the resort’s Conservatory Bar
- Insider tip: Tee times at the lauded Mid Ocean Club are available to resort guests on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays