The Golf Club at Fiddler’s Creek

When people from Naples would be inquired about which premier 18 hole Championship course to choose, the common hush would be the Golf Club at Fiddler’s Creek. Such golf vacation spot is indeed a place to take awe especially with its expanse of magnificence painted by a combination of open water, saw grass marshes, broad fairways, elevated greens, and 72 bunkers. Professional players and amateurs love how this course is keenly sculpted, but ragged on the side, as if it’s fashionably sensitive but too cool to care.

The person to raise both hands to for the Golf Club at Fiddler’s Creek is golf vacation destination architect Arthur Hills. The initial intention of this course was to install Hills’ signature course on an amply landscaped layout in order to blend with the spectacular beauty of Fiddler’s Creek natural reserve. For the most part, Hills remained faithful to the natural direction of the area, only adding new arrangements to enhance the beauty of the acreage. Featuring signature holes on each hole became another successful challenge outwitted by the expert developers of this 7,100 yard Creek Course. The seven set of tees are playable and highly attractive to all.

Maintaining ever consistent in shape despite the petulance that time sometimes make, the Golf Club at Fiddler’s Creek remains in perfect condition as it continues to showcase TifSport grass on tees, fairways, rough and Sea Isle Supreme Paspalum on greens. Players are offered a warm up at the 13-acre driving range and a practice facility with two short game areas, target greens and fairways. And if those are not enough golf vacation packages to satisfy guests’ cravings, there is the golf course beverage & refreshment cart supplying drinks and snacks during and after a day’s play.

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