The President Country Club – Eagle Course

Designed by the renowned golf architect, Robert Trent Jones Jr, the President Country Club – Eagle Course is known to have its maker’s signature with 36 holes of Championship Golf in Boca Raton, Florida. The Bermuda Greens on this golf vacation destination has six sets of tees that provide a mix of playability and competitiveness that is obviously unique only to a Trent Jones style. Back tees are where the challenge lies with coquina wastes lining up at the fairways and pampas greens showing an intricate accent that makes the landscape a spectacular scene to watch.

The opening hole doglegs on the right of the President Country Club – Eagle Course is where a lake is competently located attracting players to cut off as able as they can pull off. Every holes progresses along with more challenges that allow greater opportunities to test the mentality of a player. The par-4s are specifically interesting as they supply a larger space to make a run as if preparing a player for the tighter and more demanding holes to come. Obviously, the layout in this golf trip location shows the meticulous course management of a master designer.

There is the 5,500 yards with 127 slope and 5,063 with 123 slope that has been a magnet to women golfers. Coming into play on the 14 holes are the stimulating water hazards as well as the 47 peppered sand bunkers of different shapes and sizes that are placed strategically near the landing zones of the smoothly sculpted fairways. With a bit of everything, the President Country Club – Eagle Course has remained highly recommended among golf vacation adorers around the world.

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