Longer yardage is what is hard to miss at Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Gator Course which is a 7, 066 yards, playing for par 73, delivering from the longest tees. That provides for a striking flavor for a golf vacation spot that has long played the favor for many guests. A number of lakes and wetlands scatter abound on this course that obviously tickles for a gregarious nature among players. Intimate nature can also reveal at points where in the scenic view transcends for both mystical and challenge. Each hole offers six sets of tees. So if that does not call for sociability, what else?
Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Gator Course is an 18-hole located in Bonita Springs, Florida and it was designed by the world renowned golf architect, Tom Fazio, ASGCA. Opened in 1985, this golf vacation destination prides a rating of 74.7 with a slope rating of 137. The course contact is Chris Sheehan, Director of Golf.
As one of the well-celebrated golf tip spot in Florida since the 80’s, Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Gator Course has gathered more prestige on its bag of fame. Golf Digest has given it a four star rating and declared it a Place to Play –a tag that signals that a golf course has earned official recognition. The New York Times and the Florida Golfer has added to the list, as well, as it ranked the course among the best places in Florida. The sincerity captured in the ingenuity of this location has also invited an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Certification. That implies all the earnestness of this course that serves authentically magnificent layout, and environmentally faithful displays.