The Dolphin Course The Hammock Course
The Dolphin Course features fairways winding past tamarind, coconut palms and mahogany trees as well as other exotic landscaping. This is the epitome of island golf in the Keys. Glittering water hazards delight the eye and call for accuracy. This island golf course allows more margin for error off the tee, with quite generous fairways. The real test on this 6,500 yard par-71 course arrives when you get to the greens.
These large, undulating greens require careful reads to avoid the dreaded three-putt. Club selection, allowing you to get close to the flagsticks, is very important on your approach.
The Hammock Course is partially situated in a wildlife sanctuary of mangrove and tropical hardwood hammocks and contains many rare and endangered species of plants for players to observe and enjoy. This ocean golf course is considered the more scenic of the Club's courses and is a true test of target golf. With fairways meandering through this natural hammock and with water hazards on fourteen of the eighteen holes, concentration becomes key to a good round. This par-71 course is 6,200 yards in length and offers a magnificent collection of memorable holes.
The Dolphin Course
The Hammock Course