I live on Bermuda and have played this course a few times. It's a nice little course, only a Par 3, but challenging to the average golfer. The course looks great, with some superb views from all over the course.
The cost per round is, in my view, expensive for the type of course. You'll pay more for other Bermuda courses, but they will be full size courses and also have the views etc.
One particular point of contention for me is that fact that they mandate the use of carts before the twilight rates. I can see no reason for this, other than to make more money from the poor tourist. Yes, the course is hilly, but I think it should be a personal preference if you want to take a buggy or not. Presumably it speeds up play, so they not only make money from the buggy, but gain a greater throughput.
Decent clubhouse and a nice restaurant above the club shop.
My opinion - pay a bit extra and play one of the other courses on the Island. And walk, it's better for you!