Stunning scenery is the calling card of the Port Royal Golf Club, the only government-owned course on the tiny hook-shaped island of Bermuda. The former host of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf from 2009-2014 was a television star thanks to its sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean. Port Royal received a significant upgrade in 2009 in advance of the four-man shootout by Roger Rulewich, who helped design the course with original architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. Beyond the usual infrastructure enhancements, the work removed more than 1,000 trees to open up the vistas on Port Royal. The back nine is particularly compelling. The par-4 15th tee sits next to the Whale Bay Battery, an old fort dating to the 1800s. The par-3 16th hole might be the most dramatic tee shot on the entire island. Any ball hooking left will fall off the shoreline cliffs to the crashing waves below.