Ocean Ridge Golf – Tiger’s Eye

As golfers enter the Ocean Ridge Golf – Tiger’s Eye course, scenic views of natural vegetation and waste land await to greet them warmly. This is a perfect destination spot for those who wanted to take a break on their boring and tiring daily routines and unwind. Make every golf trip count by stepping foot in this breath-taking golf course and let the adrenaline rush through your veins as you make your best shots. This resort is carved from pine and hardwood forest making it possible for the famous architect Tim Cate to blend modern design to the traditional ambiance of the area.

Ranked among the Top 100 Public Courses in America for 2007 and 2008, the Ocean Ridge Golf – Tiger’s Eye course live up to Golf Digest’s expectations. A stunning combination of native grasses, waste land, wildflowers, water hazards, white sand bunkers, pine, and oak trees make this golf vacation destination the top of every golfer’s list to visit. Precision shot-making skills are required for golfers to get through different hazards and dog legs making every round an unforgettable one. A pro house, practice facility, driving range, rental club and carts, as well as famous restaurants and snack bars allow for maximum convenience towards the visitors.

With six sets of tees, the Ocean Ridge Golf – Tiger’s Eye allows players of different skill levels play their rounds just the way they want it to be. Savory meals are being served on the restaurant daily to help reward golfers even more after their game. Different golf vacation packages also make staying at hotels more affordable to clients. Some packages include discounts to pro shop and other services being offered.

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