The Eagle Marsh Golf Club in Florida has been considered as among the upscale golf gems that continue to attract golfers of all handicap levels. Designed by the famed Tom Fazio, this prestigious championship layout is set in the vast lands where people can interact with nature and the well-preserved wildlife. In order to come up with the 6,904-yard par 74 golf course with a slope rating of 144, more than 260 acres of natural lands were developed. The course now features the area’s best undulating fast greens, the fairways with elevation changes and subtle undulations, with the best views of the wetlands and numerous nesting birds.
The resort’s well designed five sets of tees can now provide various challenges for almost all levels of play. From the forward tees, this magnificent golf course can accommodate every average golfer. Although it has been said that the yardage conceal the layout’s fair test of golfing skills, still golfers from across the nation flock this upscale 18-hole greens. Both the amateur and professional golfers can’t help but admire the layout’s signature hole which is the #18 hole that features the unique two separate greens. The first green offers the 400-yard par-4 play that would require a carry over a marsh. The second green on the other hand offers the 375-yard par-4 play excluding the marsh carry which is considerably the less difficult.
Although Stuart/Port St. Lucie is a known vacation destination where guests can explore unspoiled beaches and experience world-class fishing, the place has now already established a name in the golf industry.