Hidden Creek Golf Club

The Club at Hidden Creek is an 18-hole championship Ron Garl masterpiece that has been cited as one of “The finest golf facility in Northwest Florida” with a 4 ½ rating from Golf Digest. The golf course features the Par-72, 6,284-yards of play from the longest tees and was given a course rating of 71.2 and a slope rating of 129. And since the entire layout was designed to provide all sorts of golfers the fair test of their golfing skills, the course served as the former host to the U.S. Open Qualifying Rounds. Since the layout’s debut in 1988, Florida’s finest golfing experience was finally unveiled.

What makes The Club at Hidden Creek quite unique from the rest of Florida’s golf layouts are the lush landscaping, manicured greens, fast greens, and the scenic rolling terrain. In addition, golfers are also provided with four tee options to choose from depending on what they would prefer to have. Before hitting the golf course for a round of golfing with friends, the natural grass practice facility as well as the chipping and putting area can serve as the venue where one can still take their warm up swings.

Off the greens is a beautifully renovated clubhouse that the resort guests can use. After a challenging golf round, players can relax on the cozy ambiance of the restaurant and bar. The terraced Pavilion with the outdoor fireplace would serve as a perfect venue for an evening of music or chat. And while taking a sumptuous meal, guests are already provided with the best views of the expansive property where the well-maintained and lush golf course stands. Although this golf course is open to the public, private membership is also available. If you want to have a golfing experience of a lifetime, then head your way to The Club at Hidden Creek.

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