Ocean Ridge Golf – Leopard’s Chase

The Ocean Ridge Golf – Leopard’s Chase takes golfers into the par 72, 7,155-yard course layout to experience a challenge like never before. Being the newest course at the Ocean Ridge Plantation, the Leopard’s Chase is being ranked as the Top Cat among the Big Cat Courses namely: Tiger’s Eye, Lion’s Paw, and Panther’s Run. This golf vacation destination was designed by the famous architect Tim Cate. The course features immaculately manicured L-93 bent grass greens and mature TifSport Bermuda grass fairways. With 220 acres of natural coastal terrain, this resort is blessed with scenic landscapes, preserved wetlands, and native grasses rendering beautiful vistas.

The Ocean Ridge Golf – Leopard’s Chase has extensive landscape and drainage planning making it look extra ordinary compared to other new golf courses. Because of this, this resort is included in Top 10 Best New Public Courses in America by Golf Digest in 2007. This golf vacation resort has surprising elevation changes, numerous water hazards, white sand bunkers, and rolling hills. A spectacular cascading waterfall awaits every golfer as they approach their final shot at the 18th hole. Furthermore, this course has five sets of tees; red, gold, white, blue, and black which allow players of different skill levels to enjoy their rounds.

The Ocean Ridge Golf – Leopard’s Chase course’s various amenities including the bar, driving range, restaurant, showers, PGA teaching professionals, pull carts, and snack shops are available for players. Large practice areas make it perfect for beginners to harness their shot making skills. Senior citizens can also claim their discounts when booking tee times. In addition, various golf vacation packages are being offered to members and non-members of the club.

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