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Golf on Bermuda's short, windswept layouts an exercise in patience, control - "With a breathtaking backdrop like Bermuda's old-school Mid Ocean Club, those memories will be myriad, regardless of whether your shots are career - or careening in all directions.
Mid Ocean's opening hole, a wind-strafed, 418-yard par-4, isn't even over before players find themselves atop a sheer cliff that feels like the edge of the world, the vast Atlantic churning against jagged volcanic rock some 15 metres below.
Equally impressive vistas await the golfer on Bermuda's many first-rate layouts, all of which are relatively short - it's not a big island, after all - but deceptively challenging and a whole lot of fun to play."

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