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  • Championship Course at The Plantation
    9301 W Fort Island Trail
    Crystal River, FL 34429

    The Plantation on Crystal River course was designed by Mark Mahanah 47 years ago with one thought in mind - to provide a challenging and rewarding playing experience for all in the traditional "Florida style. " Plenty of water and numerous bunkers cradled on a soft carpet of lush green fairway and sheltered by grand oaks and pines.

    Our course has hosted many great PGA and LPGA professionals over the years and is a frequent site of Florida championships. Legendary Tommy Bolt was a fixture at the Plantation in the 1950s and `60s.

    The course features water on 21 holes, sloped greens and a variety of challenging fairways lined with native life oak trees and emerald pines. You can combine our three nines to suit your game - choose from our short course "the Lagoons" or our Championship layout. These courses are always masterfully manicured and provide a traditional blend of Florida golf at its best.

    Championship Course at The Plantation
    9301 W Fort Island Trail
    Crystal River, FL 34429

    The Plantation on Crystal River course was designed by Mark Mahanah 47 years ago with one thought in mind - to provide a challenging and rewarding playing experience for all in the traditional "Florida style. " Plenty of water and numerous bunkers cradled on a soft carpet of lush green fairway and sheltered by grand oaks and pines.

    Our course has hosted many great PGA and LPGA professionals over the years and is a frequent site of Florida championships. Legendary Tommy Bolt was a fixture at the Plantation in the 1950s and `60s.

    The course features water on 21 holes, sloped greens and a variety of challenging fairways lined with native life oak trees and emerald pines. You can combine our three nines to suit your game - choose from our short course "the Lagoons" or our Championship layout. These courses are always masterfully manicured and provide a traditional blend of Florida golf at its best.

  • Juliette Falls Golf Club
    6933 SW 179th Avenue Rd
    Dunnellon, FL 34432
    In a state with over 2,000 golf courses, Juliette Falls Golf Club ranks among the very finest. Juliette Falls is a par 72, championship course that soars beyond every expectation of luxury. The 7,200 yard course is a rolling parkland terrain design highlighted by four spectacular waterfalls and significant elevation changes. Fairways are lush and lined by large oaks, pine and palmetto forests, framed by acres of crushed white coquina shell that serve as waste areas. Natural areas are preserved where abundant native plants and colorful wildflowers add to the beauty of this higly-rated course.

    With five sets of tees, golf at Juliette Falls will be home to all levels of players regardless of skill and expertise. Arrive early to utilize our 10 acre practice complex with north and south tees, chipping and putting areas.
    Juliette Falls Golf Club
    6933 SW 179th Avenue Rd
    Dunnellon, FL 34432
    In a state with over 2,000 golf courses, Juliette Falls Golf Club ranks among the very finest. Juliette Falls is a par 72, championship course that soars beyond every expectation of luxury. The 7,200 yard course is a rolling parkland terrain design highlighted by four spectacular waterfalls and significant elevation changes. Fairways are lush and lined by large oaks, pine and palmetto forests, framed by acres of crushed white coquina shell that serve as waste areas. Natural areas are preserved where abundant native plants and colorful wildflowers add to the beauty of this higly-rated course.

    With five sets of tees, golf at Juliette Falls will be home to all levels of players regardless of skill and expertise. Arrive early to utilize our 10 acre practice complex with north and south tees, chipping and putting areas.
  • Southern Hills Plantation
    5374 Broad St
    Brooksville, FL 34601
    Southern Hills invites you to enjoy our distinctively different course, the only only private Pete Dye course in the Tampa area. The terrain is unlike that of any other, with elevations from 60' to nearly 250' and yardages from 5,200 to 7,500. This phenomenal course opened in 2006 and has been named by GolfWeek as "One of the Top 50 New Courses in the U.S.", and "One of the Top 100 Residential Courses in the U.S.". Golf Zoo customers can now take advantage of this rare opportunity to play one of Florida's best!

    Tee times from 7am-11am available Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All other days, tee times available after 11am. Course is closed Tuesdays from May- December
    Southern Hills Plantation
    5374 Broad St
    Brooksville, FL 34601
    Southern Hills invites you to enjoy our distinctively different course, the only only private Pete Dye course in the Tampa area. The terrain is unlike that of any other, with elevations from 60' to nearly 250' and yardages from 5,200 to 7,500. This phenomenal course opened in 2006 and has been named by GolfWeek as "One of the Top 50 New Courses in the U.S.", and "One of the Top 100 Residential Courses in the U.S.". Golf Zoo customers can now take advantage of this rare opportunity to play one of Florida's best!

    Tee times from 7am-11am available Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All other days, tee times available after 11am. Course is closed Tuesdays from May- December
  • Brooksville Country Club
    23446 Links Dr
    Brooksville, FL 34601

    Brooksville Country Club is located at the center of the Golf Zoo Nature Coast Golf Trail and offers a golf experience unmatched in Florida. Tumbling fairways weave through ancient live oak trees, while a unique group of dramatic holes were designed along, around and in between the sheer rock walls of an abandoned limestone mine. The more traditional front nine features rolling terrain, tree-lined fairways and a few doglogs that will challenge players of all skill levels. Anticipation builds, however, as you make the turn to the back nine.

    The first quarry hole - number 12 - is a breathtaking par-4 with an upper left fairway and lower right fairway separated by a quarry wall. A tee shot to the wide lower fairway will leave a blind second shot into the green. Find the shorter distance narrow upper fairway for a short, downhill approach for a legitimate birdie opportunity. The par-4 13th is the most intimidating quarry hole. High up on a limestone point, the tee box overlooks a fairway framed by high quarry walls covered in natural vegetation. The landing area is generous, however, so bomb away. Take plenty of club for the uphill approach shot or risk the ball rolling back to your feet! Hole 14 is a stunning, 177 yard, par-3, bordered by steep quarry walls on the left from tee to green. Play the downhill tee shot to the right side of the green for safety.

    After two rather conventional holes, #17 is the final quarry challenge. The downhill tee shot on the short par-3 must clear a pond fronting a wide, shallow green. Quarry walls surrounding the putting surface require a precise short iron.

    Beautiful, challenging and enjoyable, this course will be an experience you will remember!

    Brooksville Country Club
    23446 Links Dr
    Brooksville, FL 34601

    Brooksville Country Club is located at the center of the Golf Zoo Nature Coast Golf Trail and offers a golf experience unmatched in Florida. Tumbling fairways weave through ancient live oak trees, while a unique group of dramatic holes were designed along, around and in between the sheer rock walls of an abandoned limestone mine. The more traditional front nine features rolling terrain, tree-lined fairways and a few doglogs that will challenge players of all skill levels. Anticipation builds, however, as you make the turn to the back nine.

    The first quarry hole - number 12 - is a breathtaking par-4 with an upper left fairway and lower right fairway separated by a quarry wall. A tee shot to the wide lower fairway will leave a blind second shot into the green. Find the shorter distance narrow upper fairway for a short, downhill approach for a legitimate birdie opportunity. The par-4 13th is the most intimidating quarry hole. High up on a limestone point, the tee box overlooks a fairway framed by high quarry walls covered in natural vegetation. The landing area is generous, however, so bomb away. Take plenty of club for the uphill approach shot or risk the ball rolling back to your feet! Hole 14 is a stunning, 177 yard, par-3, bordered by steep quarry walls on the left from tee to green. Play the downhill tee shot to the right side of the green for safety.

    After two rather conventional holes, #17 is the final quarry challenge. The downhill tee shot on the short par-3 must clear a pond fronting a wide, shallow green. Quarry walls surrounding the putting surface require a precise short iron.

    Beautiful, challenging and enjoyable, this course will be an experience you will remember!

  • The Lake Jovita Golf Club championship courses are acclaimed as tour quality. The 263-acre North course is every essence of the worthy compliment. A little more contemporary in style, the North course has even greater elevation changes than the South; providing golfers with positively incredible views of the scenic community.

    The North Course continues the tradition of the South Course in terms of elevation changes that are contrary to most Florida courses. In fact, from the second tee box, players have a panoramic view of the Florida countryside - five or six miles to the northeast.

    Playing from a length of 7,226 yards from the back tees, the north course also features three other sets of tees to create the right challenge for players of all levels. Amenities include a world-class practice facility, complete putting green, chipping green and separate teaching tees.

    The Lake Jovita Golf Club championship courses are acclaimed as tour quality. The 263-acre North course is every essence of the worthy compliment. A little more contemporary in style, the North course has even greater elevation changes than the South; providing golfers with positively incredible views of the scenic community.

    The North Course continues the tradition of the South Course in terms of elevation changes that are contrary to most Florida courses. In fact, from the second tee box, players have a panoramic view of the Florida countryside - five or six miles to the northeast.

    Playing from a length of 7,226 yards from the back tees, the north course also features three other sets of tees to create the right challenge for players of all levels. Amenities include a world-class practice facility, complete putting green, chipping green and separate teaching tees.

  • Lake Jovita Golf Club - South Course
    12900 Lake Jovita Blvd
    Dade City, FL 33525

    Lake Jovita's South Course is rolling hills, undulating valleys and ancient hardwood forests dotted with freshwater lakes. The landscape and elevation changes here are far more typical of North Carolina than they are of Florida. But, make no mistake, this is Florida golf at its finest, thanks to the creative design work by the architect team of Tom Lehman and Kurt Sandness.

    You'll be interested to know that the Lake Jovita South Golf Course features one of the longest natural elevation drops of any golf course in the state - 94 feet from tee to green on the Par-5 11th hole. Playing from a length of 7,126 yards from the tips, the South Course also features three other teeing areas for golfers of all skill levels.

    Lake Jovita Golf Club - South Course
    12900 Lake Jovita Blvd
    Dade City, FL 33525

    Lake Jovita's South Course is rolling hills, undulating valleys and ancient hardwood forests dotted with freshwater lakes. The landscape and elevation changes here are far more typical of North Carolina than they are of Florida. But, make no mistake, this is Florida golf at its finest, thanks to the creative design work by the architect team of Tom Lehman and Kurt Sandness.

    You'll be interested to know that the Lake Jovita South Golf Course features one of the longest natural elevation drops of any golf course in the state - 94 feet from tee to green on the Par-5 11th hole. Playing from a length of 7,126 yards from the tips, the South Course also features three other teeing areas for golfers of all skill levels.