The oldest golf course in the Bahamas just got a $4.5 million dollar facelift, unveiled to meeting and golf media under a blazing Caribbean sun in February. Along with the revamp came a new name: Nassau's Radisson Cable Beach Resort is now the Radisson Cable Beach & Golf Resort.

Fred Settle, of International Golf Design, redesigned the 18-hole course to improve drainage and make it more resort-friendly. The entire course has been re-grassed, making it as lush and green as it was the day it opened in 1928.

It's not the most difficult course you'll ever play, which makes it enjoyable for the average resort visitor.

Dining options at the resort range from Bohemian beach fun to classic elegance. Up to 1,000 guests can gather in the 25,000 feet of indoor function space.