The public Heritage Palms Golf & Country Club, Sago , in Fort Myers, Florida, boasts the parkland style, crafted by , and has been a golfing hub since 1998. This course boasts a dynamic layout that embraces both the seasoned player and the newcomer, ensuring an enjoyable game amidst scenic beauty.
The course plays to a total par of 72 for both men and women, and consists of four Par 3's, 10 Par 4's and four Par 5's over 18 holes with a Course Rating of 72.5 and a Slope of 130. Seven choices for men's tees and five choices for ladies' tees present a satisfying test of golf that accommodates players of diverse abilities.
The course is adjustable, ranging from 5366 to 6837 yards in length, allowing for varied experiences and levels of difficulty. Playing as a par 5, hole #7 extends to an impressive 620 yards, marking the course's longest stretch. Claiming the title of the course's shortest, hole #14 spans only 166 yards as a par 3, providing a concise but strategic test for players. Hole #8, a par 4, is designated as the most challenging hole on the course. Recognized as the most straightforward, hole #14, a par 3, is considered the easiest on the course.
Among the offerings are rental services, covering pull carts and golf clubs. The practice area at the facility includes separate chipping and putting greens. Food and beverage options include an on course snack bar.
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