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Bermuda offers some of the best golf courses in the Caribbean

WorldGolf.com: "'Bermuda,' observed Mark Twain, is 'the right country for a jaded man to loaf in.' A jaded man, maybe. A golfer, certainly not. Stretching a little more than 20 miles, Bermuda has only 10 golf courses, and an ambitious golfer without much love of the beach and drinks with little umbrellas floating in them can play all of them in a two-week stretch. After all, why loaf when you can play a golf course like Riddell's Bay, which is filled with some of the most beautiful scenery you'll see on any Caribbean island golf course?"

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