Arthur Hills and Hal Sutton strived to create a design where every hole challenges not only your skills with a golf club, but your ability to out think the course and conditions. Each hole tests your ability to fit the shot to the situation - whether it is how to play a bump-and-run, high fade, lob shot, wind-cheater, or the hardest shot of all - the straight drive. At TPC Treviso Bay you'll need them all.
The Rookery at Marco blends a resort private course with the native surroundings. Appropriately named The Rookery, meaning bird sanctuary, the course is nestled in shallow wetlands that attract many species of birds. At more than 7,100 yards in length, the playing experience includes generous fairways, oversized and receptive greens, the option to play from one of five teeing locations, and immaculate turf condition.
The 18-hole "Links of Naples" course in Naples, Florida is one of the few lighted facilities in the area and is a great place for golf anytime of the day! The course is 4,000 yards from the longest tees for a par of 61 . The course rating is 58.7 and it has a slope rating of 95. The Links of Naples golf course opened in 2000.
This lush 18 hole, Par 72 course, designed by Arthur Hills, was named to GolfWeek's Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses for 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008/2009.
he Classics Country Club is home to 54 holes of spectacular golf with three distinct championship courses. Flamingo Island, design by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., features signature hole #5, surrounded by water it is connected only by bridges. The Mustang course by Lee Trevino features 12 lakes, but creates fair play even for the average golfer.
Silver Lakes has everything you would hope to find in an active outdoor community. Experience the beauty of the 9-hole executive golf course at Silver Lakes. You can relax by the lakes, fish, walk for miles, or swim in our crystal-clear pools.
The course is 31 years old, with beautiful mature treeline fairways.This course has a lot of class, and is the best choice for golfers wanting to have the most fun in the shortest amount of time. Our challenging course offers the lowest price for golf in Naples! You will hit every club in the bag on our six par fours and the par five 12th hole. The par threes range from 130 yards to 205 yards from the back tees, offering a fair test to players of all skill levels.
From the time you tee up on the first hole, you'll fall in love with our semi-private 18-hole, par 72, 6,570 yard championship golf course. With a moderate number of water hazards, over 50 strategically placed bunkers, and a variety of trees throughout the resort, you will enjoy the aesthetically pleasing nature of our course.
The course boasts generous landing areas with lakes and preserves surrounding many of the fairways and greens. Strategic bunkers off the tees and around the greens make the course challenging and tests the accuracy of all players. Missed approach shots on the wrong side of the green will require an excellent short game. The course has 6 sets of tees ranging from 4516 yards to 6708 yards, for a wonderful challenge for all players to enjoy.
Tee off and take in the brilliant panoramic views of native Florida pine hammocks, live oak, and grand cypress trees. Navigate through meandering natural waterways, serving as a signature feature of this award-winning Naples Florida golf resort. Take a lesson from a seasoned pro, or arrange for our gracious staff to coordinate a corporate tournament.
Measuring 6,488 yards, our championship par 72 Florida golf resort was built in the late 1920's and is the oldest course in the Naples, Florida community.
Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort is home to one of Southwestern Florida's most acclaimed golf courses, The Rookery at Marco. Designed by renowned course designer Robert Cupp, Jr., this challenging resort private golf course features a tantalizing blend of native topography and natural water hazards golfers of all skill levels will appreciate.
This course has long fairways and well-maintained greens that are moderately fast. The terrain is flat and the play is rigorous, but fun. There are several holes where water comes into play.
The 9-hole "High Point" course at the High Point Country Club facility in Naples, Florida features 2,162 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 27.
Hibiscus Golf Club is an 18 hole public golf course located in beautiful Naples, Florida. This splendidly conditioned layout is one of the few courses in the Naples area open to the public. Hibiscus is a golfer's dream with 18 totally different experiences for both the high and low handicap golfer. Wide fairways, bunkered greens and numerous lakes and streams make each hole a new challenge and a pleasure to play.
The heart of Hammock Bay is its 18-hole championship golf course. With an emphasis on the boundless beauty of the area's natural environment, the Hammock Bay golf course was designed to provide an enjoyable challenge to all golfers regardless of their level of play.
Experience the thrill of playing one of the "Top 5 Toughest Private Golf Courses in Florida," an accolade bestowed by Florida Trend Magazine on Grey Oaks' Pine Course.
A tiered rock waterfall, bulk-headed island greens, meandering lagoons and white sand beaches give the 6,864-yard Palm Course a dramatic tropical look.
Artistically carved among original stands of towering pine, cypress, and oak trees, the Estuary Course shines as the final jewel in Grey Oaks' triple crown of championship golf. Tranquil lakes shimmer alongside every fairway of this magnificent masterpiece layout.
Glen Eagle is a Gordon Lewis designed par 70 course, which will challenge golfers of all skill levels. Measuring from 4300 up to 5600 yards, you will use every club in the bag to score well.
A carpet of Sea Isle Supreme Paspalum grass, unique because of its dark-green color, high density and limited need for water, fertilizers and pesticides stretches from tee to green. The Hills team's touch is evident throughout every hole of the renovated course with: further rolls and landforms that capture balls instead of kicking them into hazards; additional width in the fairways; variance in the size and character of the greens, to make each hole distinct; creation of "bail-out" areas around the greens; and partial screening of Collier Boulevard from the course to enhance the playing experience.
One of the game's most prolific and innovative golf course architects, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. designed Flamingo Island to emphasize the hallmarks of his architectural style. The course is characterized by extensive sculpting and shaping of the land. He implemented strategic deployment of water as a playing hazard and a scenic complement to the course as well as the use of multiple teeing areas with large, contoured greens. This combination of design elements yields 18 holes of pure Robert Trent Jones, Sr. magic.
Eagle Lakes Golf Club is a new 7,150 yard, par 71 championship course that will match-up well against the lowest handicappers while providing casual players with a one-of-a-kind Everglades golf experience. Abundant wildlife, including a pair of American Bald Eagles, will accompany you as you make your way around the track.
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