Course Tour & Scorecard
Hole by Hole Play
The concept and commitment underlying The Old Collier Golf Club is to create not a country club or a residential community, but rather a unique and special club dedicated to the game of golf. The design of the golf course reflects this priority and creates a special golf environment that is not compromised in any way. The design integrates shot values, playability, aesthetics, and conditioning amid a magnificent natural environment, creating an experience that golfers of all skill levels will enjoy day in and day out.
The golf course has many features and natural habitats that not only contribute, but also enhance the overall golf experience. The dominant habitat is saltwater marsh with mangrove bay trees bordering the course's northern side. Hole #10, #11, #12 and #18 play along and over this valuable coastal resource. Another unique habitat is the upland scrub with its distinctive white sands. Seven holes on the back nine ( #11, #12, #14, #18) weave between, around, and over the upland scrub adding variety and interest to the golfer's round. The balance of the course has mature trees (oaks, and sabal palms) and lakes which have been used to add framing, definition and strategy to each golf hole.
The new terrain blends naturally with its surroundings, and provides many uphill and downhill shots, unique for southern Florida. Elevated tees give the golfer very dramatic though sometimes deceptive views of the challenge that lays ahead. Green sizes and contours vary for shot value and strategy with each green having its own unique character. Sand bunkers mimic the visual characteristics of the upland sand scrub though varying in size and shape to fit the character and strategy of each hole.