One of the most incredible opening holes in all of golf.
Parkland Style Golf Courses
Typically located inland, parkland courses have well-kept fairways, mature trees, thick rough and many bunkers. They are lush and well manicured. The most prestigious ones have immaculate landscaping with flowers, hedges, specialty bushes and trees. Greens are typically mildly undulating and small. Water hazards are usually manmade often with waterfalls and rock walls. They have a park-like feel.
In a residential community with the most homes of any course on the Trail.
One of the longest courses in the world, the Tips are 8191 yards.
Built on 600-acre Lake Saugahatchee, it was the first course opened on The RTJ Trail in 1992.
Bring your camera as the photo opportunities are everywhere.
Elevation changes, beautiful tree-framed greens, occasional scenic vistas and excellent hole variety
Challenging with variety, gorgeous with trees and mountain views, manicured with meticulous landscaping and flowers and steeped in history.
A tough Nicklaus course with features that mimic those found in Scottish links courses
First class facilities & service, a challenging layout, extensive landscaping with colorful flowers and impeccable conditioning.
Meandering through rolling hills, bunkering and elevation variations are the biggest challenges.
Just shy of the Adirondacks mountains in upstate New York, there are few other public access courses in the country that can rival this all-around experience.
A remarkable layout with small plateaued greens. It’s no wonder it’s ranked #5 in the state for public courses. The views of the lake and the hotel are magnificent.
To play well here, you must have a variety of shots and absolutely keep the ball below the hole.
Fabulous ocean views, classic Hawaiian black lava outcroppings and excellent conditioning. Minutes from the beachfront hotels and villas.
Steady views of the Sierra Madre mountains are comforting but undulating greens, strong bunkering and forced carries make this course a meaningful challenge.
Among plentiful bougainvillea and disinterested iguanas are frequent gullies to carry and dense jungle that devours wayward shots.
Slightly inland from the Pacific Ocean, mango and palms trees combine with abundant water features and views of the Sierra Madre mountains. Easy access from the oceanfront hotels.
A cornerstone of the Southwest Florida golf experience, there are no homes on this course. A natural well-balanced layout with an excellent mixture of water, trees and bunkers.
Tiburon’s Gold course designed is one of the most magnificent golf courses in all of Florida. Architect Greg Norman deftly incorporates water hazards, adds difficult stacked sod-wall bunkers and converts critical areas of rough into coquina shell waste bunkers.
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