The Plantation Golf & Country Club

Known to provide the ultimate golfing lifestyle, The Plantation Golf and Country Club showcases an abundance of indigenous trees, land preserve and dramatically manicured fairways. Sculptured on open spaces, the golf vacation course anchors a community that maintains to preserve the natural habitat of which is the main enjoyment of the place.

The Plantation Golf and Country Club, which anchors the community, is carved out of open areas, preserving the natural habitat for the enjoyment of the residents. Designed by renowned golf architect, Hurdzan-Fry, this golf vacation destination spot provides a demanding and arduous layout that provokes the best of a players’ skills. Numerous rolls on the fairways and dips to create a defined target are present along with the highlighted greens with many chipping areas developed to test a player’s ability at a short game. With just the right steep faces, the bunkering here is just a manageable deep. There are no striking elevation changes, though, but the meticulously arranged landscape still forces players to take a risk and employ the best of their abilities.

Serving as the centerpiece and relaxation area of the The Plantation golf course is the golf and social clubhouse called Great House. The place is a 38,000 square feet glory that features an interior design reminiscent of an exquisite British Colonial manor abode. The focus is the Dartington’s, a restaurant and bar with two cozy fireplaces just right for an after game delight. Spectacular views of the golf trip course is fed from the broad terraces encircling the house making it a startling venue for fun-filled and memorable events.

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