Ocean Course18 holes, 72 par, 7201 yards. Parkland.
This highly acclaimed championship course was designed by Jack Nicklaus, and beautifully combines a parkland layout with elements of links golf. Host of the PGA Tour’s Ginn Championships amongst other competitions, the course has continued to grow in reputation, both in the area and throughout Florida. The opening holes offer classic parkland features including a number of tight tee shots and large protective greenside bunkers. As the course continues elements of links golf start to shine through, finishing with some simply stunning par 3 and 4 oceanfront holes. Complementary buggies with GPS systems make this round all the more enjoyable.
Conservatory Course18 holes, 72 par, 7776 yards. Parkland.
The superbly challenging Conservatory Course is a Tom Watson signature design. Known for his acute understanding of classic and links-style layouts, The Conservatory offers dramatic, undulating greens not commonly found on Florida courses. The Conservatory features 76 acres of man-made lakes, 140 white coquina shell bunkers and three water features including a large waterfall that serves as a natural water system. The most memorable part of the course is the signature 8th hole – a picturesque yet equally challenging island green. Featuring a tee box at an elevation of approximately 33 metres, the 8th offers panoramic views of almost the entire course.
Interested in Hammock Beach Resort? Choose from the selection of golf courses below to sample on your golf holiday. Unsure as to which golf course suits your handicap? Send us an enquiry or call our expert sales team on 0800 279 7988, our experts are on hand to offer advice and take the stress away from organising your golf break.
King and Bear course
18 holes, 72 par, 7279 yards. Woodland.
The King and Bear course really is one of a kind. The two greatest players turned course designers team up for the first time to create this masterpiece. The fantastic signature feature is the placid lakes edged with Coquina rock, water hazards that will really test your game. Consistently rated for its superb layout and excellent condition, this course is quite simply unmissable for any golfer.
Slammer and Squire
18 holes, 72 par, 6939 yards. Woodland.
The Slammer and Squire golf course opened in 1999 was designed by legends Sam "Slammer" Snead and Gene "the Squire" Sarazon. A par 72, with a choice of 5 tees this course features many water hazards, the golf course utilises much of the natural Florida terrain to make an interesting game of golf. Slightly shorter than the King & Bear golf course at 6939 yards, this golf course has more generous fairways but is equally as picturesque as it’s sister golf course.
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