The newer front nine holes on this course are links-style, including sand bunkers and water that comes into play only once. The course favors those who hit the ball straight, wayward shots will be in the palmetto trees. The back nine holes have sand bunkers, the greens are smaller and water comes into play on two holes. This is a course you won't get tired of playing. It's a rural, peaceful setting. The course is located 10 miles from Lake Okeechobee, which is second largest fresh water lake in the country and a great spot for bass fishing.
his course recently opened a new set of nine holes, which serve as the back nine on this eighteen hole course. Each nine is distinctly different from each other. The front nine is a tough course with troublesome water hazards that greatly influence shot selection. The back nine is considerably tighter, but is considered by most to be more player-friendly, with a distinctive Pete Dye flair. The fairways offer a moderate roll.
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