Emerald Greens Golf Resort

Considered as one of Tampa Bay’s best conditioned courses, the Emerald Greens Golf Resort has been continuously attracting all sorts of guests especially the golf enthusiasts. The resort features the 27 challenging golf holes designed by the famed Dan Maples. The three layouts that comprise the ultimate test in golf include the Cypress Course, Meadows Course, and the Pines Course.

Each of the par-36 nine at Emerald Greens has been considered by many golfers as tough test of skills. Water hazards come into play on 20 of the entire layout’s holes. Some of the toughest golfers are even challenged when playing from the back tees of this golf course. If you want to take Emerald Green’s best par-3 then have it at the 7th hole of Meadow nine. This 158-yard layout would require the forced carry over a bunker and the water. Another demanding hole is the par-4 on the Cypress nine’s fourth hole. Off the tee, golfers are left with a difficult 2nd shot towards the elevated and narrow green. As for the Pines Course, it offers golfers with the tempting finishing hole. The par-5, 490-yard hole will give you the challenging surprises even to the last swing of your golf round at the Emerald Greens.

Although the resort is close to numerous local attractions, guests still flock Emerald Greens to experience the peaceful retreat that the place exudes. Aside from the challenging golf course, Emerald Greens also offers the practice facility that includes two putting and chipping greens, and a double sided practice range. Golfers, especially the beginners can also take advantage of the golf instructions including the weekend junior programs.

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