Fun Golf features 18 challenging and exciting holes that represent the 'best' holes in Bermuda, USA and Scotland.


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HOLE 1 (PAR 4)

Mid Ocean Club – Hole 5

One of the most famous ‘Cape’ holes in the world of golf. From an elevated tee box your first stroke must carry you over our version of Mangrove Lake.

HOLE 2 (PAR 4)

Belmont Golf Course – Hole 18

Arguably the finest hole at Belmont Golf Course, our version plays uphill towards the green, which is stoically guarded by bunkers in front, and to the right.

HOLE 3 (PAR 3)

Port Royal Golf Course – Hole 16

Regarded as one of the greatest par threes in golf, our version of this crescent shaped beauty features a ravine dropping down to the left and the hole below.

HOLE 4 (PAR 5)

Ocean View Golf Course – Hole 1

This tricky par 5 features an elevated tee box to bring you over ‘Bakers Hill Road’ onto our long and lean fairway.

HOLE 5 (PAR 4)

Riddell’s Bay Golf & Country Club – Hole 8

With a fierce dogleg around our version of the Little Sound, this spectacular hole is sure to test your putting skills.

HOLE 6 (PAR 4)

Tucker’s Point Golf Course – Hole 9

You will need just the right shot off the tee box to reach the elevated green, cleverly tucked behind a saltwater pond.

United States

HOLE 7 (PAR 3)

TPC Sawgrass, Florida – Hole 17

This tricky par 5 features an elevated tee box to bring you over ‘Bakers Hill Road’ onto our long and lean fairway.

HOLE 8 (PAR 3)

Riviera Golf Club, California – Hole 6

Designed after one of the most unique par threes in golf, this hole features a two-tiered green with a bunker in the middle. Finding the right line off the tee box can make all the difference.

HOLE 9 (PAR 3)

Pebble Beach, California – Hole 7

From an elevated tee box, our version of this iconic California beauty plays straight out toward the Atlantic Ocean.

HOLE 10 (PAR 4)

Oakmont Country Club – Pennsylvania – Hole 3

We didn’t forget the most famous hazard in the world of golf. You will need to putt around the “Church Pews” bunker on the left to reach the green on this impressive par four.

HOLE 11 (PAR 4)

Pine Valley Country Club, North Carolina – Hole 13

Stay to the right of the large “wasteland” bunker on the left of the fairway and you will be rewarded.

HOLE 12 (PAR 3)

Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia – Hole 12

To reach the narrow green of our ’Golden Bell’ you will need to find the perfect line over ‘Rae’s Creek” bridge. You might even get a hole in one!


HOLE 13 (PAR 4)

Gleneagles – The King’s Course – Hole 13

Course designer James Braid is said to sign his name to the best hole on each course he designs. Our version of ‘Braid’s Brawest’ features a narrow approach to the green.

HOLE 14 (PAR 3)

Royal Troon Golf Club – Old Course – Hole 8

Originally called ‘Ailsa’ for the stunning view offered of the Ailsa Islet, this famous hole has become known as the ‘Postage Stamp” for it’s very small green. Our version features a split fairway, which will leave you wondering “Left or right?”

HOLE 15 (PAR 3)

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club – Silverburn Course – Hole 8

Missing the green could land you in a big, deep round bunker on our version of the ‘Ridge’.

HOLE 16 (PAR 3)

Muirfield Golf Club – Hole 13

Regarded as one of the best short holes on the Open Championship circuit, our version of this hole features a long, narrow green, heavily guarded by bunkers. Watch out!

HOLE 17 (PAR 4)

Turnberry Golf Resort – The Aisla Course Hole 9

Named after King Robert the Bruce of Scotland, ‘Bruce’s Castle’ might be a bunker free hole, but it is not as easy as it seems.

HOLE 18 (PAR 4)

St. Andrews – Old Course – Hole 17

Possibly golf’s toughest, the ‘Road Hole’ is affectionately known for the road that crosses the fairway (the road remains in play). Our hole offers the deep and dangerous ‘Road Bunker’ that must be avoided as you come around the famous hotel on the right.