south course

front nine.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 465 | Blue: 421 | White: 387 | Red: 326

This hole will become known as one of the most demanding opening holes in Florida. Favor the right side off the tee. A good tee shot can still leave you with anything from a mid-iron to a fairway wood into the green.

Par 5 – Yardage

Gold: 549 | Blue: 531 | White: 473 | Red: 433

With bunkers and trees on both sides, an accurate drive is needed. The pond in front makes going for the green a tough decision.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 368 | Blue: 333 | White: 315 | Red: 216

Don’t let this hole fool you. There’s plenty of trouble to be found. A good tee shot lands to the right of the fairway bunkers.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 193 | Blue: 181 | White: 163 | Red: 115

This picturesque par 3 has water short and left. Make sure you hit enough club to get you there.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 403 | Blue: 393 | White: 379 | Red: 310

Although the bunkers on the right encourage you to aim left, doing so brings the large oak on the left into play. Favor the right side to allow an open shot to the green.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 456 | Blue: 425 | White: 384 | Red: 277

The hardest hole on the course is also one of the most beautiful. You must hit a good tee shot to get around the corner. This green has three distinct plateaus, so accuracy with the approach shot is key.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 202 | Blue: 172 | White: 151 | Red: 126

Aim for the center of the green. Make sure to take enough club to carry the bunkers.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 420 | Blue: 390 | White: 372 | Red: 339

Off the tee, there is more room on the left side than you think. The left side usually offers the best angle into the green.

Par 5 – Yardage

Gold: 534 | Blue: 501 | White: 471 | Red: 448

There are an equal number of birdies and bogeys to be had on this hole. A good lay-up shot must stay away from the bunkers to the left & center and the trees to the right.

back nine.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 422 | Blue: 395 | White: 366 | Red: 319

The downhill dogleg to the right requires a precise tee shot. If your drive is too short, you can’t get around the corner. Go long and you can go through the fairway. This hole boasts the most severely sloped green on the course.

Par 5 – Yardage

Gold: 559 | Blue: 537 | White: 511 | Red: 426

This spectacular hole leaves you with shots you don’t normally find in Florida. Favor the left side off the tee. Once you come over the hill, the view down to the green is amazing. Although you don’t want to be long or right, trust the yardages, it’s farther than it looks.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 221 | Blue: 201 | White: 180 | Red: 97

This long par 3 plays even longer than the yardage. Take enough club; it’s hard to go long.

Par 5 – Yardage

Gold: 562 | Blue: 539 | White: 518 | Red: 422

The bunkers that line the fairway of this beautiful par 5 make it very visually intimidating. There’s more room than you think off the tee.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 146 | Blue: 134 | White: 105 | Red: 100

This short par 3 is deceptively difficult. Avoiding the bunkers short of the green will increase your chance for par.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 420 | Blue: 394 | White: 363 | Red: 309

One of the toughest par 4s on the course requires a long and accurate tee shot that favors the right side of the fairway. An overhanging tree on the left makes finding the correct place on this green difficult.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 451 | Blue: 402 | White: 364 | Red: 302

A solid tee shot is a must on this demanding hole. Avoiding the bunkers off the tee will leave a mid-iron approach to a green with three distinct tiers.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 362 | Blue: 341 | White: 320 | Red: 287

Accuracy off the tee is needed to avoid fairway bunkers to the left and right. A good tee shot will leave you with a shirt iron to this narrow green. This hole offers a great chance for a birdie.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 420 | Blue: 400 | White: 384 | Red: 293

Avoiding the fairway bunkers with your tee shot is a must if you hope to reach this hole with your second shot. This large green is surrounded by bunkers.