The Dunes Golf Club

Gems are usually hidden inside caves or under the sea, but there is one in West Central Florida that is exhibited for public sight called the Dunes Gold Club. Designed by renowned architect, Arthur Hills, this golf trip course showcases natural terrain and rolling greens partnered with striking elevation changes spread and forced carries on the 18 holes of impressive golf layout. This treasure is composed of well manicured playing surfaces planted with 419 Bermuda grass on the fairways and TifDwarf Bermuda grass on the greens. Rare local fauna such as wild turkeys, gopher tortoises, and fox squirrels are abundant and contribute to the entire look of the area where towering pines and Florida oaks frame the magnificent scenery.

Noted as one of the premier championship golf vacation courses in the metro Tampa Bay area, the Dunes Gold Club is actually a royalty reborn into a more visually captivating and intimidating plan, in June of 2008. Together with its redevelopment are modern features installed into the landscape which enhances the already astonishing characteristics of the course. Natural beauty remains as primary asset with the 1,100 acres of planted pine trees ubiquitous on every hole. Giving a golfer variety of yardage choices are the five set of tees offered here.

The features of the Dunes Gold Club has not failed to capture recognitions. In fact, it is ranked in the top 30 courses in the state of Florida among “Best Courses to Play”, and is given a 4-Star rating by Golf Digest. Unparalleled layout, amazing golf vacation packages and awe-inspiring fame prove this course to be one of the best there is in the entire golf nation.

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