The par is 62. Black Tees are 3414 yards. Blue Tees are 3111 yards. White Tees are 2806 yards. Red Tees are 2473 yards. Yellow Tees are 2099 yards. Gordon G. Lewis designed this executive track. With five sets of tees and only a few hundred yards difference between them, you are certain to find a set just right for you at Pennbrooke Fairways. Half the holes have water. One nine is hilly and pristine, the other is flat and surrounded by homes. The par-4s are from 213 to 300 yards. The par-3s are from 103 to 197 yards. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Monarch Golf Club At the Royal Highlands is a well-known golf course of Florida. It is sprinkled with lakes and ponds. The fairways are very open and the greens are of ample size for such a short layout. Sand traps guard most of the greens. You will find nine holes with water and a number of dogleg fairways. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged. Greens fees are subject to change. Call for more information.
Lakes At Leesburg course is open to residents of the development and their guests. It features oak and cypress tree - framing on most holes. These trees have a habit of complicating shots that miss the greens. The course is flat and has a bit of sand.This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Twin Rivers Golf Club course was designed by Joe Lee in 1990. The course is pretty and of average difficulty. The par-5s are approximately 520 yards, with one stretching to 570 from the Blue tees. The par-4s are medium to short. The par-3s range from 167 to 198 yards from the Blue tees. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
3536 Country Club Road Sanford, FL 32773 +1 407 322 2531
Mayfair Country Club is a fascinating short course. Originally conceived by Donald Ross, the course would seem to have nothing difficult about it at first glance. However, the low slope rating is somewhat misleading. Overhanging and interfering trees and a wealth of sand traps give a golfer doubts on most shots. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged. The club is open all year round.
Designed in 1974 by George Maddox, Zellwood Station & Country Club is a wonderful little course in a rustic setting. Hills make the 18-hole course endlessly interesting. The greens are big, fast and in magnificent condition. There is a considerable amount of sand, but only five holes have water. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed. The green fees are subject to change. Check website for more details.
Although not a 'links course' in the strict sense of the term, Golden Bear Club At Keene's Pointe has an open feel and enough deep pot bunkers to make a links-like impression. The fairways are broad, but the greens are small and quick. An average player would be far better off using the Silver or Blue tees. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed.
Isleworth Country Club is an exclusive club. Play is limited to members and their guests. Players are treated to generous landing zones for drives and big greens for iron shots. The greens are fast and contain a variety of breaks. The course has some subtle elevation changes. All the holes are long from the Palmer tees. From the other tees, the par-3s and par-5s are nicely varied in distance. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
2150 Country Club Drive Titusville, FL 32780 +1 321 269 4500
Royal Oak Resort & Golf Club is not difficult unless you venture back to the Blue tees. There is very little water. The trees, palms and oaks are scattered sparsely around the course. There are quite a few sand traps. This is a Dick Wilson design, with long tees and large greens. There is one par-5 of 594 yards from the Blue tees or 559 yards from the Whites. The par-3s run from 147 to 197 yards. There are two long par-4s, including the closing hole, which stretches 422 yards from the White tees. This is a semi-private resort golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
777 Country Club Drive Titusville, FL 32780 +1 321 383 2582
This interesting layout is both picturesque and compact. Most of Cita Golf & Country Club holes are rimmed with trees. Fourteen of its 18 holes have some water. The course isn't overly difficult but is still challenging. This is a private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed. For information and details on course fees and packages please check the website.
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