Parkland Golf & Country Club

As the second collaboration between the Toll Brothers and Greg Norman, the Parkland Golf & Country Club is designed to delicately preserve the golf trip tradition and aggressively advocate the protection for the environment. This course is the only Greg Norman designed course in Broward County that meets the standards of the Audubon International Gold Signature Sanctuary criteria. Embracing the philosophy of Mother Nature, this famous golf course in Fort Lauderdale, Florida adapts the simplistic nature of golf with the fun-filled and competitive air of every professional golf tournament.

Having a 7,100 yard layout and a sought after 19th hole bonus, the Parkland Golf & Country Club is nostalgic of Australia’s sandbelt links. Three distinct zones provides a pattern throughout the rolling greens of this golf vacation destination. A low hammock, pine flatland, wall-to-wall SeaDwark Paspalum grass on all tees, fairways and practice areas sprawl on the gentle terrain with grass marshes and a line of ponds.

The centerpiece of this community is a 43,000 square-foot Sports Club that is known for its pursuit to elicit excitement as it provides an enjoying space for recreational activities that meet the preference of customers from different ages. Also part of this facility in Parkland Golf & Country Club is a 7,000 square-foot Fitness Center with a golf vacation package that offers a la mode equipment like steams, weight training and separate men’s and ladies’ locker rooms. Keeping to its family-oriented environment, the sports club also includes Children’s Activity Center indoors as well as a play terrace outdoors. 

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