Designed by world-renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. and opened for play in 1970, Port Royal Golf Course is recognized as one of the top public courses in the world. In preparation for hosting the annual PGA Grand Slam of Golf each October, the course underwent a a complete makeover on 2010 spearheaded by original Robert Trent Jones design team member Robert Rulewich. With Atlantic Ocean views from nearly every hole, Port Royal is Bermuda's most picturesque course - and longest at 6,842 yards. The course borders tranquil lakes, Bermuda Cedars and rolls across perfectly conditioned fairways reaching up to undulating greens. Significant elevation changes and hole contours require a unique combination of power and distance, finesse and touch. Port Royal's signature hole No. 16 is widely regarded as one of the greatest par threes in the world. The 235-yard (tips) beauty features nothing but the Atlantic Ocean and craggy coastline between the tee and the green. Experience it for yourself and you will understand why designer Robert Trent Jones, Sr. has been quoted as saying that Port Royal was his finest course design outside of the mainland U.S.