3236 S. US 1
Fort Pierce, FL 34982
Phone: (772) 461-2323
Fax: (772) 464-5151
Savannas Recreation Area is where you should head to if you’re looking for adventure and excitement or even some quiet time with nature. Sprawled across over 500 acres of biologically rich land, the park is a campers haven. The park is perfect for boating, fishing, bird-watching, picnics, hiking and more. There are also a number of vegetation taking root in the park, which also nest a variety of wildlife. Run by the St. Lucie County Parks and Recreation Department, the nature reserve is a beautiful unadulterated park area. There are camping areas and other facilities for people to engage in while they experience nature. Call ahead for details.
Very few courses in Florida can match the beauty of the Wanamaker Course here in Port Saint Lucie. The lush green wetlands, swaying palm trees and the gentle breeze will make the play very pleasurable. It's a happening place, and you can check out the website to know which tournaments are taking place here and who is playing against whom. You can also sharpen your golfing skills by joining the Golf School here. The PGA Village around the Wanamaker Course has suitable venues for corporate meetings and events where work can be combined with fun and sport.
The Ryder Course, named after Samuel Ryder who founded the Ryder Cup, is surrounded by gentle sloping hills with beautiful pine trees that make the game more enjoyable. One can find a good combination of plain green surfaces spaced by lakes and followed by slopes. The hole locations here vary a lot and make teeing very challenging. Besides this there is also a golf shop. For those who are new to the sport can take lessons at the golf school here.
The South Course is pure Florida with sharply sloped greens and tricky doglegs set against a backdrop of wetlands, palm trees and palmettos. A sprawling sub-tropical links with a bold swashbuckling personality built on the grandest scale imaginable. The North Course, with its rolling hills, majestic pine trees and challenging water hazards, this course has a distinctive Carolina-feel. Lots of rolls lead to 4-5 different pin placements. You could play this course every day and find a different layout. The putting surfaces feature deep swales and knobs for dramatic putting. A wide variety of holes, from long par 5s to sporty par 3s.
Audubon Signature course. Sprwaling subtropical links with a bold personality with pure Floridian feel. Sharply sloped greens and tricky doglegs are set against a backdrop of wetland, palmetto, palm trees and nature. Voted Golf Magazines's "10 Top Places You Can Play" and golf Digest "Best New Affordable Course", there is something for everyone.
The PGA Golf Club in West Palm Beach County is one of the most reputed golf clubs of the world, offering some delightful golf courses. The Dye Course was designed by Pete Dye and is a beautiful 18-hole course. You feel like you are playing the British Open, while winding your way around the pot bunkers and knock-down friendly greens. However, upon missing the fairway, you will instantaneously be moved to the Arizona desert. Once on the greens, you will face undulating and fairly quick putts. It also has a driving range and chipping area. Call for more information.
Situated in the city of Fort Pierce, Island Pines Golf Club, has been popular among the locals since it opened in 1971. The 18 hole golf course has witnessed several golf tournaments and is also open all year to the public. Designed by Arthur Young, this golf course is spread over 6440 yards and also features rental carts and a golf shop. A haven for golf lovers, this club is definitely worth a visit.
A popular golf destination in Florida, Eagle Marsh Golf Club has excellent facilities to satisfy the golf enthusiasts in the locality. Located in the scenic and relaxing Jensen Beach, this place is a spectacle of natural beauty. The course is medium sized and is designed to accommodate people with different proficiency levels. Other amenities include a luxury car hire, restaurant and a banquet room that makes this an ideal place to host private events and weddings as well.
This lovely executive-length course has a good deal of water. It complicates holes from start to finish. There is also more sand at Moorings Club than is commonly found on an executive course. The lone par-5 is only 440 yards. The par-4s measure from 260 to 383 yards. The par-3s are from 89 to 163 yards. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Palm Cove Golf & Yacht Club is situated on the banks of the St. Lucie River and is one of the most coveted golf courses of South Florida. This 18-hole course, designed by Chi Chi Rodriguez, is bathed in natural splendor. The par-71 course is lined by trees and the shades are soothing, giving it a country club feel. The club also includes a driving range, practice greens, a Pro Shop with an excellent golf collection and a delightful snack bar. Visit website for booking tee times.
The par is 72. Championship Tees are 6589 yards and the slope is 132. Medal Tees are 6175 yards and the slope is 124. Middle Tees are 5904 yards and the slope is 119. Standard Tees are 5470 yards and the slope is 112. Forward Tees are 5148 yards and the slope is 110. Vero Beach Country Club was conceived by Herbert Strong in 1924. Charles Ankrom redesigned the layout in 1985. Mature trees grace many holes. The final hole is a short but frightening par-3. The par-5s are short, with only one more than 500 yards. The par-3s range from 131 to 181 yards. There are also two long par-4s, but the rest are between 350 and 380 yards from the Blue tees. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Opened in July 1996, this is Florida's first course designed by the father/son team of Jack Nicklaus and Jack II. Located in Palm City, this world-class club played host to the Golden Bear Tour, its selected home site. The layout boasts rolling, perfectly maintained fairways, multi-tiered greens and tees, and a Pinehurst feel as a result of natural tall pines. Despite the beauty supplied by flowers, trees, and a general southern feel, the course is wide open and rewards a grip it and rip it approach. First class practice facilities is similar to what you would find at a PGA Tour course. Several bunkers, a large putting green, chipping and pitching areas, and a heavily targeted landing area all play host to several tour players and their daily practice routines.