The North Course of the Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club, along with its sibling South Course, slightly deviate from the norm in Florida golfing. While others are flatter, with only the slightest of elevation changes, this golf vacation destination in Dade, Florida, goes a little more contemporary with rather dramatic elevation and a lot of movement on the greens.
This Kurt Sandness creation opened in 2002 on 253 whooping acres of Florida goodness. Though the North Course of the Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club is a more contemporary design by Florida golf standards, this course still holds some of the best features that make Florida an ideal golf vacation spot. It has the signature wetlands and a good helping of lakes, ponds, valleys, hills, and native Florida vegetation that all contribute to the natural hazards of the course. They also accentuate the impeccably maintained golf facility.
All the goodness in layout and scenery of the North Course of the Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club is complemented by the world class amenities in the club. There’s the top-ranking Pro Shop (listed by Golf Business World as among America’s Top 100), the 15-acre putting green, and another practice facility made specifically for private lessons. That being said, maybe this golf course is not exactly being “deviant”. It simply upped the ante of Florida golf trips, with a layout so dynamic, and a surrounding facility that does not overshadow, but rather, highlight what already makes the Sunshine State the best, most ideal golf haven in America.