Dunes West Golf Club

Everyone deserves a break. But for those who would want to take chances of playing golf while on vacation, there are already plenty of golf vacation destinations that you can choose from. Vacation goers heading to Charleston can give the Dunes West Golf Club a try. This nationally acclaimed golf course is set on the site where the historic Lexington Plantation is located. It was designed by the famous Arthur Hills and is already considered as one of the best golf facilities being offered these days.

The Dunes West Golf Club is built among West Central Florida’s sand hills and unique terrain that was later on transformed into a more intimidating and visually attractive golf layout. The 419 Bermuda grass fairways and roughs are excellently maintained while the Pike Creek Tidwarf greens create a playable surface. Hills combined his brilliant ideas with nature’s finest creating a golfing experience that you won’t soon forget. In order to go through the tough golfing test of this impeccable layout, one must deal with dramatic elevation changes as well as the large undulating greens on the weather-worn sand dunes and terrain. And to add up to the excitement, variety of yardage options is provided through the layout’s 5 sets of tees.

This ultimate escape serves just not as the haven for the avid golfers but also a relaxing retreat for the nature enthusiasts. The natural beauty of the Dunes West Golf Club enhanced by the planted pine forest framing provides an avenue for a well deserved break away from the hustles of the busy urban life. Guests will also have the close encounters with the endangered wild turkeys, fox squirrels, and gopher tortoises as well as the sightings of other endangered wildlife species. Plus, you can also spend quality times at the Dunes West Clubhouse while capturing the Low country’s old southern charm.












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