Take a look back at the scenic views of Bermuda’s world famous golf courses. Do you recognise these vintage greens today?

The 2nd fairway and green of the Castle Harbour Golf Club during the 14th Annual Goodwill Tournament by Henry DeSilva
The Scenic 8th tee at the Riddles Bay Golf and Country Club
The scenic 2nd green and 3rd tee at the old Rose Hill Golf Club, St. George’s by Frederick L Hamilton.
Princess Hotel’s executive course (par 3) in Southampton; looking southward from the 8th hole.
Flanked by neat rows of casuarinas, the first fairway at Belmont is 308 yards long, and sometimes not such an easy par four to make.
The spectacular 4th hole at famed Mid-Ocean Club by Martin Ray.
The 18th hole on the Port Royal Golf Course before its remodel by Gene Ray.
Number 1 green at Castle Harbour Golf Club