Situated in Fort Myers, Florida, Whiskey Creek Country Club, a private facility, showcases a parkland style and was designed by , opening its fairways to players in 1972. Amidst picturesque surroundings, this course showcases a harmonious balance of design intricacy and natural elements, catering to golf enthusiasts.
The course plays to a total par of 60 for both men and women, and consists of 12 Par 3's and six Par 4's over 18 holes with a Course Rating of 57.6 and a Slope of 92. A single set of men's tees and a single set of ladies' tees create an engaging golf course that welcomes and challenges players of varying skills.
Stretching to an impressive 336 yards, hole #18, categorized as a par 4, stands as the course's most extensive challenge for players. Hole #16, a par 3, measures a modest 113 yards, claiming the title as the shortest on the course. Among all, hole #18, a par 4, is identified as the most formidable and testing on the course. Recognized as the most straightforward, hole #8, a par 3, is considered the easiest on the course.
Rental services are available including pull carts. The practice area at the facility includes a seperate putting green. Food and beverage options include a restaurant with full service bar.
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