Sleep Inn & Suites Ocala - Belleview
13600 SW 17th Court
Ocala, FL 34473
Phone: (352) 347-8383
Fax: (352) 347-7830
13600 SW 17th Court, Ocala, FL, US, 34473
- Phone: (352) 347-8383
- Fax: (352) 347-7830
If you are not a fresher at this game and want to opt for an averagely difficult course, Huntington Golf Club is the perfect choice. Despite occasional hills, the course is basically flat with some sand and water. The medium-sized greens are fast and heavily sloped, with short par-5s from 503 to 517 yards. Whereas the par-3s are 166 to 196 yards and only one par-4 which is 400 yards. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged. The green fees are subject to change. So go ahead and putt the ball.
This is a typical trees-and-bunkers golf course. There is no water. The greens are large and gentle. Somewhat uneven ground yields some interesting uphill and downhill shots. The par-3s are 170 yards on the front nine and 208 yards on the back nine. The par-5s are short, and the par-4s are long only from the Blue tees. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged. The green fees are subject to change.
The hills and big trees are concentrated on the front side. The back nine has a more open character. There is abundant sand here. The greens are flat. The entire course is beautifully kept. The par-3s measure between 152 and 227 yards. The par-5s start short at 479 yards and max out at 576. There are no long par-4s, and, in fact, a few are quite short. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged. The green fees here are subject to change.
Accuracy is the key at this interesting executive layout. The fairways seem open, but it's still easy to find trouble if your shots stray off line. The greens have several slopes. There are traps to be avoided and water on nine holes. The par-4s measure from 240 to 300 yards. The par-3s range from 115 to 177 yards. There is also a 19th hole for those who don't know when to quit. Baseline Golf Course is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
This links-like course plays very short. There are a considerable number of traps and not a drop of water in sight. All the holes are short. The course is in excellent shape. The average player will be very comfortable from the Back tees. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
The Tortoise and Hare Course is shorter than its sister course, the Links. It is also considerably more difficult, although not hard. The well-conditioned greens are guarded by a large number of sand traps. There is no water. None of the holes is remarkably long. Both the yardage and the course are aimed at providing a relaxing round. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Considered as one of the foremost golf clubs in Florida, Eagle Ridge Golf Club has magnificent golf courses and excellent facilities. The club has four unique courses that can accommodate for a lot of variety in terms of players' experience and skills. These courses are called as "Champion", "Memorial", "Master" and "Heritage". Heritage is a 9 hole par 36 course spread over 3476 yards of lush landscape. Excellent dining options, a golf shop and good practice facilities adorn this one-of-a-kind golf destination.
The majority of the holes on this course have water. It's set in a rustic locale and is in good shape. The greens can be tricky. The par-5s run 485 to 585 yards from the Gold tees. The par-3s are 170 to 217 yards. There are two long par-4s from the Gold tees, but otherwise they are quite reasonable. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only. Green fees vary.
The Lake Diamond Golf & Country Club started construction in 1998. It was designed by Miles Christian Anderson and is quite beautiful, with dramatic trapping and some breathtaking scenery. The water hazards are used for dramatic effect as well. The greens are big, quick and full of breaks. This is a semi-private golf course. There is also a Pro Shop where you can replace the damaged tees, buy new balls or try a trendy golf hat.
This low-profile, nine-hole executive layout chooses not to publish its length, par, or scorecard. It is closed on Mondays for maintenance, so it is clear they take the condition of the course very seriously. The course should be taken seriously as well. It is not easy. This course has a limited layout, but much trouble awaits. The greens are interesting and well protected. You'll wind up using every club in your bag.
The Links/Creek Course is one of three 18-hole options available at this 27- hole facility. Your greens fee covers as much golf as you care to play. Oddly, there is no water at all on Creek Nine; though there is a lot of sand, and the greens are fast. It is a very short, narrow course where placement of shots is paramount. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This pair of nines, designed by Terry Doss, gets reasonably tough if you choose to play the Back tees. You'll find water on six holes, sand traps and quick greens. The par-5s are short. The par-4s are of ordinary distance. The par-3s are varied in distance but still reachable without too much effort. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.