Island Dunes Country Club
|Blue M: 61.4/103||170||334||106||138||147||321||360||145||344||2065||4130|
|White M: 60.2/101 W: 62.8/105||153||323||96||130||136||305||344||132||335||1954||3908|
|Red W: 59.6/103||101||341||98||121||127||296||388||86||344||1902||3856|
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Great executive 9 holer
Wonderful course and club. My only suggestion would be to have a drop area to the right of the 8th green. Hole plays downwind a lot and green does not hold. Ball ends up in footprints in sand behind the green and the shot is pretty much impossible. Kind of unfair. Other than that, a true hidden gem. #7 is particularly difficult.
A true little hidden gem. Island Dunes has more life in it's par 31, 9 hole course than most 18 hole championship courses. Numbers 8 and 9 are truly fantastic holes and are as beautiful as any Florida hole I have ever seen. Number 7 is a beautiful bear of a hole. Every hole here has a challenge and there are no boring holes. The greens are small, sloped and perched, and are hard to hit and even harder to hold. About the only flaw is that the place takes itself a bit seriously. But justifiably so. This course takes public play in the off season, only in the A.M. $17 for 9 holes and $24 for 18 holes. The course is in spectacular shape, except for some drainage issues on number 7. Pro shop is fully stocked and there is a restaraunt. A must play if you are in the area!