The Creek Course

Course Facts

Architect: Arthur Hills
Construction: Ryan Golf
Construction Start Date: November 2000
Course Opening: February 1, 2002
Cost: $18 million (design, construction, landscaping)
Yardage: 7,157 yards from the tournament tees
Par: 18 hole, Par 72 course
 

Description:

Designed to enhance the dramatic natural environment, The Creek Course is a combination core and finger design with eight holes that play parallel, creating generous space. Instead of just one "signature" hole, The Creek Course features a series of great holes that are strategic and challenging, yet playable for golfers of all skill levels.

Grass:

TifSport on tees, fairways, and roughs; Sea Isle Supreme Paspalum on greens.

USGA Rating:
Men's Ladies'
Slope/Rating Slope/Rating
Tournament 143/75.2
Championship 140/73.4
Back 133/72.2
Creek 131/71.1
Middle 124/70.7 139/75.4
Fiddler's 121/67.7 133/72.8
Forward 113/65.5 128/70.4

Practice Facility:

13-acre driving range and a practice facility with two short game areas, target greens and bunkers.

Pro Shop:

900 square feet; interior design by Design Masters International.

Recognition/Awards:

  • GolfWeek's Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses - 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
  • Links Magazine America's 100 Premier Properties - Best of Club Life - 2007/08; 2008/09
  • Travel & Leisure Golf America's Top 100 Golf Communities - 2008; 2009
  • GolfCourseRealty.com's Top 10 Best Residential Courses in the Sunshine State

Events Hosted:

  • 2012 Florida Golf Association Southwest Amateur Series
  • 2011 Florida Golf Association Southwest Amateur Series
  • 2009 South Florida Open
  • 2008 South Florida Open
  • 2008 Florida State Golf Association Senior/Mid-Am Four-Ball Championship
  • 2007 South Florida PGA Open Championship
  • 2004 Florida State Amateur Qualifier
  • 2003 U.S. Amateur Qualifier
  • 2002 North Florida/South Florida Section PGA Challenge Cup