Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Hurricane Course

Florida is known to be the hub for beaches and other recreational activities associated with sunshine. So it is no wonder why it has also become the home of several popular golf vacation destinations in the world. One of the most sought for is the Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Hurricane Course which is located in Naples and designed by one of the foremost name in architecture, Tom Fazio. The course measures 6,894 yards from the longest tees, playing for a par of 72. Water comes into play in this layout that exhibits the Fazio signature bunkering. That means a well-shaped sand bunker strategically placed in specific directions to add demand and drama on the field. Putting a little heart into this arduous course are the indigenous vegetation which is a congregation of large oaks, pines and cypresses. The six tees on each hole adds for a golfers challenge, along with a handicap that matters.

Adding to the interesting features of this golf trip destination is the newly redeveloped clubhouse that stands a towering 45,000 square foot. The Thirsty Pelican Lounge caters for casual dining, while the Grill Room and the Terrace opens for incomparable fun. For golf enthusiast who would like to spend romantic memories in Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Hurricane Course, aside from playing, the initiate setting in the newly renovated dining rooms serves the most amorous culinary treats, signature seafood dishes and heart-warming delights.

The amazing design and showcases in Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Hurricane Course has lead to more recognitions, aside from the obvious increasing number of guests coming in. Golf Digest merited it with a four-star rating –a proud gathering of those flashy that always define anything into fame. The course also received the honor as Florida’s most favorite golf vacation spot.

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