Pelican Preserve

Guests usually go to a golf vacation destination to try the area without planning to go back, unless they are professional players who want to treat the area as a practise range, of course. Despite the habit mentioned, a place in Fort Myers, Florida has been capturing the interest of people, making them come back more than many times as they are expected to. Having 27 holes to offer a championship golf experience on, the Pelican Preserve captivates its visitors by and large using its pristine green and indigenous preserve environment. Abundant water, sand and grasses complement the spacious landing areas and smooth contours of TifEagle “Ultradwarf” greens in this one of a kind layout. Fairways strike dramatically into ones aesthetic conditions as it weave through the 1,100-acre community like the rhythm on a tribal woman’s dress -seamlessly eccentric and well-toned.

Chip Powell proved his ingenuity in Pelican Preserve not only for outstanding design wise but also for the deceiving approaches and unique tale-tell of each holes. The dynamic golf vacation experience one gets here means a range of different features for both pros and amateurs alike. New players won’t jump into this laborious layout without getting a chance to practice at the aqua range. Shot games and generous putting greens are also accessible for warm ups. And if a player is confident enough to dive into the challenge, there lies the expanse, at plain sight, anticipating anyone who is ready to outmatch it.

After the game, players can go into the impressive clubhouse where full-service amenities await. The bar is also an option to dive into post game recreational activities, aside from the many golf vacation packages abound at the Pelican Preserve Plaza del Sol.

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