Occupying the center of the island is Windsor Downs, a nine-hole, par 34 golf course offering an afternoon of tee box-to-green challenges for the linksmen among the members. The course is named after the Duke of Windsor, who was the Governor of the Bahamas during World War II and a frequent guest on the island.

The narrow fairways and greens are dotted with bunkers and palm grove obstacles and lined with lush bougainvilla, hibiscus, and seagrape landscapes. Even during the season there is never a wait to tee off.