8301-B W. Commercial
Tamarac, FL 33351
Phone: (954) 343-1327
Fax: (954) 343-1360
8301-B W. Commercial, Tamarac, FL, US, 33351
- Phone: (954) 343-1327
- Fax: (954) 343-1360
Surrounded by condominiums, this public golf course challenges even experienced golfers. Opened in 1970, the 18-hole course designed by Bruce Devlin and Robert von Hagge is 7,271 yards, par 71 from the back tees and 5,422 yards, par 71 from the front tees. Colony West Country Club also offers discount golf packages, and reduced fees on weekdays, during the low season (March-November). Rental clubs are available.
The Pines golf course at Woodmont Country Club is a small course that, with its 18 holes and narrow paths proves to be quite a challenge to even the most avid of golfers. The golf course hosts a multitude of golfing events and tournaments from time to time. The Woodmont country club is home to a variety of leisure options: enjoy a fine meal or a drink, avail of the locker facilities, buy equipment from the pro shop or take golf lessons from professionals. Check website for more details.
The Cypress Golf Course at Woodmont Country is one of the best courses in South Florida that presents a golfing challenge with its 18-holes. A famous golf course, it is now open to one and all and attracts both: amateurs and seasoned professionals. The Country Club is home a plethora of leisure facilities, including a restaurant, a bar, a pro shops among other things. You can also avail of golfing lessons from experts. The golf course is home to a multitude of golfing events and tournaments from time to time. Check website for more details.
Par 72B; blue Tees: 6825 yards / Slope 129; white Tees: 6294 yards / Slope 124; red Tees: 5505 yards / Slope 123. This is the more difficult of the two courses at Woodlands. It has the same deep, narrow greens as its sister course. Devlin & von Hagge gave the West Course a set of par 5s with some length. The par 3s are relatively short. The par 4s start out short and get gradually longer until you are faced with a 446-yard finishing hole.
Featured at Inverrary are two distinct courses, both designed by Robert Trent Jones, Senior in 1971. The EAST is Inverrary's signature course and has hosted 15 PGA/LPGA Tour events including the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic, which became the Honda Classic (1972-1983). This legendary course, built around the natural South Florida terrain, is longer and a little bit wider open than Inverrary's WEST course.
Featured at Inverrary are two distinctly different courses, both designed by Robert Trent Jones, Senior in 1971. Inverrary has hosted 15 pro tour events including the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic which became the Honda Classic (1972-1983). Though the WEST is a bit shorter than the EAST, this well-manicured layout also requires a high degree of accuracy and correct iron selection as it is more narrow. The fairways are tree-lined, the greens are well-bunkered. Water can be found on 9 holes.
This pleasant little course is built on very flat ground. The course is well bunkered. There are a number of ponds and drainage canals on the premises, but they only occasionally pose a direct threat to play. The par 5s are of average length, as are the par 4s. The par 3s are short; one is only 103 yards from the back tees; with most measuring about 120 yards. The longest par 3 is 160 yards from the back. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated.
Sunrise Country Club is located approximately seven miles west of Fort Lauderdale. Designed by Bill Watts and opened in 1959, the 18-hole course is 6,624 yards, par 72 from the back tees and 5,317 yards, par 72 from the front tees. The course does not provide caddies and walking the course is not permitted, but golf carts are included in the greens fees. Shoes with metal spikes are permitted. The course offers reduced fees for twilight play. Rental clubs are available.
Par 56; mens Tees: 2550 yards; ladies Tees: 2124 yards. This Margate course is perfect for honing your iron game. For the cost of a bucket of balls, you can play 18 holes and keep score. This course is devoid of any real trouble. It has two par 4s, and neither of them is very long. It is a decent layout and fun to play. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated.
TPC Eagle Trace stretches across 7000 yards and is beautifully designed by Arthur Hills. The spectacular course is carpeted with lush green mounds. It is also known for protection of the environment and natural wildlife habitats. Th Honda Classic was played at TPC Eagle Trace from 1984-1991. Enjoy playing golf at this magnificent golf course in the midst of completely natural surroundings.
Par 30; 9 Holes; back Tees: 1200 yards; Forward Tees: 923 yards. Lauderhills is a very pretty little nine-hole executive course. It offers three very short par 4s in addition to six short par 3s. There are some trees and a few canals, but nothing too strenuous. The greens are quick and flat; it's really quite a bargain. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated.
Famous as Olympic medalist Dara Torres' training facility, Coral Springs Aquatic Complex is the place for all things water-related. In addition to swimming, this facility is known for diving competitions, water polo and synchronized swimming. A number of classes are offered, including water aerobics, lifeguard training and fitness for seniors.