Sleep Inn & Suites Wildwood - The Villages
1224 S. Main St.
Wildwood, FL 34785
Phone: (352) 748-0507
Fax: (352) 748-6429
This course is only open to non-members during the summer. Built in 1972, it plays tough for its modest slope rating. Although the Continental Country Club is not long, it is somewhat narrow in the Ron Garl architectural tradition. The par-5s are short with a pair of 470-yard holes and a pair of 520-yard holes. The par-3s are split, with the front nine's pair measuring about 150 yards and the pair on the back just over 200 yards. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Miona Lake Golf Club boasts of Par 72, 6488 yards of Blue Tees, 6095 yards of White Tees and 5291 yards of Red Tees. This flat golf course has six holes with water. The greens are tiny and rise above the fairways. There is a lot of sand. The course is not hard and will deliver an enjoyable round. From the Blue tees, the par-5s are short to medium in length. The par-3s are either 130 or 170 yards. There are several long par-4s in the closing stretch of holes. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
The par is 62. Black Tees are 3414 yards. Blue Tees are 3111 yards. White Tees are 2806 yards. Red Tees are 2473 yards. Yellow Tees are 2099 yards. Gordon G. Lewis designed this executive track. With five sets of tees and only a few hundred yards difference between them, you are certain to find a set just right for you at Pennbrooke Fairways. Half the holes have water. One nine is hilly and pristine, the other is flat and surrounded by homes. The par-4s are from 213 to 300 yards. The par-3s are from 103 to 197 yards. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
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 tree-lined fairways of this course stretch over hilly central Florida terrain. Most holes benefit from the gentle changes in elevation. The course is quite short, but not as easy as you might expect. From the Blue tees, the par-5s are all 470 to 500 yards long. The par-3s are short with one 200-yard exception. The par-4s are very short. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This golf course is very short. As an added bonus, it's wide open. The greens are quite small, slow and very flat. Only four holes have water. A good score at Orange Blossom Hills is a distinct possibility. Only one par-5 exceeds 500 yards from the Championship tees. Some of the par-4s barely top 300 yards from those same tees, and the par-3s are all very short.This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
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.
A Par of 70, Back Tees of 5883 yards, Middle Tees of 5458 yards and Forward Tees of 4685 yards are the characteristics of this golf course. The Spruce/Creek Course is the simplest of the combinations at this venue, although not by much. While there is no water at all on the Creek Nine, there is a bit on the Spruce. There are traps to swallow carelessly struck shots and fast greens. All the holes are a bit short, even from the Back tees. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Lakes Of Lady Lake Golf Course is not a difficult track to play on. It has three par-4s along with six par-3s and none of them is taxing. This course does have charm. It sits on rolling terrain and is graced by a number of beautiful oak trees. The fairways are dead straight. There is token water and some sand. The greens are normally in excellent shape for a nine-hole public course. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
This is a links-style golf course. There are virtually no trees to block the wind. Several elevation changes add to the character of the design. The greens are of ordinary size and are usually in great shape. The par-5s measure from 516 to 594 yards. The par-3s are 155 to 207 yards. There is one 430-yard par-4. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
The Plantation Golf Club - Cranes Roost Course is a private 18-hole golf course. The elevations at the course shift dramatically. There is lot of water, combined with the standard Florida sand traps. It is a short, relatively easy golf course. The longest par-5 is 514 yards from the Blue tees. From the same tees, the par-3s run from 120 to 199 yards long. The par-4s are less than 380 yards from the back set of tees. The Plantation Oaks Restaurant at the club is a fine place to relax after a few games. Visit website for more details.